I was grateful to have about 25 people in my virtual session last night for the 4T Virtual Conference on Digital Writing as I shared some of my experiences with the concept of “emergence” in open networks, and how to make the ground fertile for ideas. Or, a bit more catchy: How to Expect the Unexpected.
An invitation to doodle flowers met folks as they entered the Blackboard room, and it was lovely to see the flowers slowly blooming on the page. I then went into my presentation (a version of it is here, but the full presentation was recorded for eventual archive at the 4T site).
Here are the links that I shared during the presentation:
CLMOOC website: https://clmooc.com/
CLMOOC Make Bank: https://clmoocmb.educatorinnovator.org/home/
Terry’s Emergence WikiBook: https://www.scribd.com/document/286795651/Emergence-A-Wikipedia-Production
Chalkboard Man: video teaser — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3rDHbMnDug&t=3s and ebook — https://www.scribd.com/document/357500041/The-Adventures-of-Miss-Direction-Searching-for-Chalkboard-Man
CLMOOC Postcard Storify (Karen): https://storify.com/kfasimpaur/clmooc-data-postcards
CLMOOC Dance Party: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53aBEQO6a0E
And I ended with both an invitation to keep an eye out for a Pop Up Make Cycle on the horizon for November on the theme of “maps” as well as a link to collaborate on a poem, using some of the words from the presentation as an acrostic invitation.
Peace (in sharing),