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East Cohort, eCampus Ontario, Extender Blogs, West Cohort

A Few #whydomain stories in for @ontarioextend

Last week I posted some “interview” questions for educators who have their own self-hosted domain; here are a few first responses. My idea for doing this is to give some wisdom of others who have gone down this road to our participants in the Ontario Extend project supported by eCampus Ontario. These participants working towards their collection of module badges, and more generally looking to network with other Ontario educators, are blogging their work. And we are aggregating posts in […]

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East Cohort, eCampus Ontario, Extender Blogs, West Cohort

Interviewing CogDogBlog.com

That thing about eating your own dogfood? It’s really quite good stuff. Last week I posted some questions for people to answer about the story of their own domains. This was aimed at helping our Ontario Extend project participants answer that Why Should I Bother With My Own Domain question (they may not even have that question). It’s fitting that I do what I ask students to do a assignment, a teaching lesson I learned long ago from my mentor […]

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East Cohort, eCampus Ontario, Extender Blogs, West Cohort

Interviewing Your Domain

Do you have your own internet domain? Good! We’d like it if you can share with participants in the Ontario Extend project some wisdom from your experience. Having a domain is not part of the program, but we do have some pre-paid accounts for ones from Reclaim Hosting for participants who work through their modules. I’ve written a bit of a What and Why Domains in our guide developed for the North Cohort institute we did a year ago. But […]

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