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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Best Article In Indigenous History Prize

I’m honoured and deeply humbled to have won, alongside Madeline Whetung, the Canadian Historical Association Best Article In Indigenous History Prize. Madeline Whetung’s article “(En)Gendering Shoreline Law: Nishnaabeg Relational Politics Along the Trent Severn Waterway” is a must read. Whetung examines the concept of shoreline law as a means of discussing place-based kinship ties that the … Continue reading Best Article In Indigenous History Prize

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Queer Crafting

Awesome news – Madison Bifano and I recently received a Tegan and Sara Foundation (TSF) grant to support the work of the Queer Making Community Collective. This TSF community grant will allow us to host virtual queer crafting circles, pay queer crafters/makers located in Northern Ontario, and help buy crafting supplies for those who need … Continue reading Queer Crafting

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Breaking Barriers Through Decolonial Community Based Archival Practice

My latest collaboration with Skylee-Storm Hogan is out in the world. We wrote a book chapter, “Breaking Barriers Through Decolonial Community Based Archival Practice” for Archives and Special Collections as Sites of Contestation edited by Mary Kandiuk. The chapter discusses the work of the Shingwauk Residential Schools Centre (SRSC) as a way of opposing colonial … Continue reading Breaking Barriers Through Decolonial Community Based Archival Practice

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Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 69: Dated and Racist Language in Archival Descriptions

It’s been awhile, but I’m back with new podcast content. In today’s episode I’m discussing problematic language in archival descriptions, approaches to handling racist depictions in records, and efforts to update archival practices. Mentioned in this episode: -University of Waterloo, Language in Archival Collections–Archives for Black Lives in Philadelphia, Anti-Racist Description Resources (PDF)– Gracen Brilmyer, … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 69: Dated and Racist Language in Archival Descriptions

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Tying The Room Together

This post is meant to be supplemental to two different professional learning sessions I’ve recently offered: Leave Room to Make Room, for the OLC Ideate Virtual Conference, andCreating a Course Podcast/Radio Show, for the Fleming College Virtual Teaching & Learning Week. I think the two sessions feed each other, so why not make one blog post for the two of them? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ The first session, Leave Room to Make Room (offered with co-host/kindred spirit Jonathan Lashley) was focused on discussing […]

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Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 68: Pandemic Reading

Who needs a distraction? I do. I’ve been spending a lot of time reading recently. These days, reading is one of the few things that can help push my anxiety to the side and keep my mind busy. In today’s episode I share what I’ve been reading recently and recommend some mind occupying reads. Mentioned … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 68: Pandemic Reading

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My Conference Presentation About WordPress That Was On Twitter But Is Now on WordPress But is Actually My Tweets #PressEdConf20

#PressEdConf20 The @FlemingCollege Digital Learning Technology Bank aka the TechBankPowered by #SPLOTs, which are powered by WordPresshttps://t.co/GBS3ahwVt4Photo by Micheile Henderson on Unsplash pic.twitter.com/GfRkFFhUi8— Terry Green with an e (@greeneterry) March 26, 2020 #PressEdConf20 Ok so a Digital Learning Technology Bank. WHY?Find out in one minute. I'll try to figure that out by then. pic.twitter.com/qPRf1qodyN— Terry Green with an e (@greeneterry) March 26, 2020 #PressEdConf20 The Digital Learning Technology Bank… why?Gatekeeping. And by gatekeeping we mean: gates open, come on in. […]

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Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 67: Organizing Blog Theme Weeks

In today’s episode I reflect on the work that goes into organizing blog theme weeks or thematic digital series. I talk about my experiences pulling together theme weeks and provide a roadmap for those interested in organizing one. Mentioned in this episode: –Active History Material Culture Theme Week-Edited with Andrea Eidinger, Beyond the Lecture and … Continue reading Historical Reminiscents Podcast EP 67: Organizing Blog Theme Weeks

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Material Culture Theme Week

This week over on Activehistory.ca we are sharing the Material Culture Theme week I had the joy of editing. This week brings together folks who work with material culture both inside and outside academia. The week is filled with posts on textiles, learning with material culture, family connections to making, and cultural meaning attached to … Continue reading Material Culture Theme Week

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Working from Home Unlocked my Super Power

Preparing for the Poverty Challenge has been a lesson in adaptability and perseverance. This blog post begins with a quick summary of what I mean by “Poverty Challenge,” followed by a snapshot of the roller coaster it has been to prepare for, finishing off with the impromptu contingency plan that taught me that being a teacher means you’ve got superpowers. What I mean by the Poverty Challenge… Public Health Sudbury hosted an experiential learning activity for community members to experience […]

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