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Gettin’ Air with Bryan Mathers

The release of last week’s episode of Gettin’ Air came with bonus material… A new logo! I’ve loved Bryan Mathers’ work for a long time. My laptop is covered in work he’s done with the likes of Reclaim Hosting, Audrey Watters, OpenETC … just to name a few. I wear his work on my belly often in the form of my Hack Education t-shirt. His stickers are also on my tablet, my bike. It even makes our mini van a […]

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East Cohort, eCampus Ontario, Extender Blogs, mOOC Cohort, West Cohort

Gettin’ Air with Bryan Mathers

The release of last week’s episode of Gettin’ Air came with bonus material… A new logo! I’ve loved Bryan Mathers’ work for a long time. My laptop is covered in work he’s done with the likes of Reclaim Hosting, Audrey Watters, OpenETC … just to name a few. I wear his work on my belly often in the form of my Hack Education t-shirt. His stickers are also on my tablet, my bike. It even makes our mini van a […]

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Extender Blogs, mOOC Cohort

CFP for Trans and Gender Diverse Voices in LIS

I’m finally able to share some super exciting news! Kalani Adolpho, Stephen G. Krueger and I are editing a book! Tentatively titled, Trans and Gender Diverse Voices in LIS, this Library Juice Press book will center the lived experiences of trans and gender diverse people in LIS work and education. All authors and editors will be … Continue reading CFP for Trans and Gender Diverse Voices in LIS

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Where I’ll Virtually Be This Fall

This year seems to be the year for virtual conferences, online professional development, and webinars. In October I’ll be participating and presenting at a number of virtual conferences including: I will be presenting as part of the Canadian Research and Knowledge Network (CRKN) virtual conference. My presentation, ” Community Based Access: Preserving and Sharing Indigenous … Continue reading Where I’ll Virtually Be This Fall

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Extender Blogs, mOOC Cohort

Where I’ll Virtually Be This Fall

This year seems to be the year for virtual conferences, online professional development, and webinars. In October I’ll be participating and presenting at a number of virtual conferences including: I will be presenting as part of the Canadian Research and Knowledge Network (CRKN) virtual conference. My presentation, ” Community Based Access: Preserving and Sharing Indigenous … Continue reading Where I’ll Virtually Be This Fall

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Extender Blogs, mOOC Cohort

That’s My Auntie: Making Accessible Residential School History

This week my colleague Jenna Lemay and I presented “That’s My Auntie: Making Accessible Residential School History” as part of the Maskwacis Cultural College Microlearning Series. Our webinar focused on specific community digitization and access projects including the Remember the Children project and our recent work with the Shingwauk burial register. You can view our slides … Continue reading That’s My Auntie: Making Accessible Residential School History

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East Cohort, eCampus Ontario, Extender Blogs, mOOC Cohort, West Cohort

Gettin’ Air with Karen Costa

Karen Costa (@karenraycosta) is a faculty development facilitator specializing in online pedagogy and trauma awareness in higher ed. We chat about some of the things she has learned in working with and supporting thousands of faculty from around the world. Karen also reveals what the 100th tip for creating great educational videos would have been were she not limited to 99 in her book 99 Tips for Creating Simple & Sustainable Educational Videos. Here is the episode. Here are the […]

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Objectivity in Nursing Research

In today’s readings for my philosophy course, we are asked to consider: the meaning of truth, the role of trust in knowledge development, how I understand science, truth, and objectivity the contribution of knowledge development to nursing practice Adapted from an image found on Pixabay. Positioning Myself Over the past few days, we have discussed the importance of positioning oneself when conducting research – and in this case, blogging. I am a PhD student at Queen’s University with the School […]

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