mOOC Cohort

Below are all syndicated blog posts from participants in the 2019 Ontartio Extend mOOC. See also the list of active blogs

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Gettin’ Air Top Ten

Stephen Hurley of VoicEd Radio, likely sick of me sending him new podcast recordings to release on his platform, recently upgraded his Spreaker account to allow me access to publish new episodes myself. An extra bonus is that I can now see the stats. I was curious to see which was the most listened to episode of my main podcast: Gettin’ Air: The Open Pedagogy Podcast. And surprised at the answer! Not that I think the all time leader is […]

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Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 74: Participating in Virtual Conferences

In today’s episode I’m discussing my experiences attending three different virtual conference in October. I talk about online conference formats, recording and giving presentations, and interaction in online conference spaces. Mentioned in this episode: –Canadian Research Knowledge Network 2020 Conference–TESS Online 2020: Humanizing Learning–Ontario Museum Association Annual Conference Download or Listen Now: Photo by Magnet.me … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 74: Participating in Virtual Conferences

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Houseplants and Care

I love my outdoor veggie and flower gardens and have been an avid outdoor gardener for years. It wasn’t until the COVID-19 pandemic hit that I realized I also love houseplants. Since March my houseplant collection has grown from a few plants I was given as gifts, to a sprawling set of plants that is … Continue reading Houseplants and Care

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Grant Writing for Community Archives

Hi friends, I recently did a short presentation on grant writing for community archives, with some tips and best practices for getting started with grant writing in a community context. If you’re interested in the topic my slides and recoding of the presentation are available. I’m also always happy to chat about grants, it’s something … Continue reading Grant Writing for Community Archives

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Sharing, Healing, and Learning through Digital Stories

The presentation I gave at TESS 2020 on the work of the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre to use digital technology to teach about Residential Schools and humanize this important history is now online. The presentation is framed around the desire to share the important history of the Shingwauk site and the ways in which the … Continue reading Sharing, Healing, and Learning through Digital Stories

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Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 73: Article Feedback and Revisions

In today’s episode I’m talking about peer review feedback and article revisions. I chat about some of the recent articles I have revised, handling negative feedback, and my process for doing revisions. Mentioned in this episode: -Jo VanEvery, Revision following peer review is a normal part of the scholarly writing process– Melissa Dalgleish, Learning to … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 73: Article Feedback and Revisions

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Creation and purpose: A conversation on art created by students at the Shingwauk Residential School

A conversational piece I wrote with Skylee-Storm Hogan for the Art Libraries Journal is now available. This piece asks: What are the ethics behind caring, preserving, and displaying artwork created by Residential School Survivors? By looking at sketches and small handicrafts held by the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre this piece examines the possibilities for caring … Continue reading Creation and purpose: A conversation on art created by students at the Shingwauk Residential School

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Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 72: Passion Project Space

How do you find time for the projects that you are invested in but aren’t part of your job? In today’s episode I’m talking about passion projects and the work that I do off the side of my desk that brings me a lot of joy. Mentioned in this episode: –Trans and Gender Diverse Voices … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 72: Passion Project Space

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Mina Rees Conversation Series – Trans & Gender Diverse Voices in LIS

On November 11th at 1pm ET Kalani Adolpho, Stephen G. Krueger,  and I will be participating in the Mini Rees Conversation Series and talking about the importance of gender diversity and transgender voices within the field of Library and Information Science (LIS). We’ll also be talking about our new book project Trans & Gender Diverse Voices … Continue reading Mina Rees Conversation Series – Trans & Gender Diverse Voices in LIS

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Doing The Work: From Colonial Pasts to Inclusive Futures

The Call for Proposals for the Archives Association of Ontario (AAO) 2021 conference is out. This year’s theme is “Doing the Work: From Colonial Pasts to Inclusive Futures” and the CFP is open to submissions of both in-person and virtual presentations. A huge thank you to the wonderful folks who have agreed to sit on … Continue reading Doing The Work: From Colonial Pasts to Inclusive Futures

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