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Monday, January 23, 2006

Credits and Thanks

This workshop is a Rip Mix Learn event made possible by the work of the people listed below. Each one is responsible for some aspect of the content or has influenced my thinking about teaching and learning with technology in some way. If I've left anyone out please email me and let me know so I can set the record straight.

One last thing. The list of classroom and teacher blogs in the blogging section omits a great many excellent educators and blogs. My appologies to them. I tried to keep the lists small so as not to overwhelm the workshop participants. If you think there is a glaring ommission please email me and let me know.

Thank you to:

Alan Levine
Alan November
Anne Davis
Ben Bishop
Bob Sprankle
Bud Hunt
Chris Harbeck
Clarence Fisher
David Reece
David Weinberger
Dean Shareski
EdWonk
Ewan McIntosh
George Siemens
Honeywell Technology eLibrary
James Tubbs
Jim Wenzloff
Jo McLeay
John @ Beelerspace
John Udell
Johnathan Coulton
Konrad Glogowski
Mary Harrsch
Michael Verdi
Mr. McNamar
Mrs. Ris
pchere @ Quick Online Tips
Quentin D'Souza
Robin Sloan & Matt Thompson
Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
Terry Kaminsky
Tim Yang
Tom @ The Media Drop
Tom McHale
Winnipeg School Division #1
Will Richardson
Yvonne Hutchinson

The "Rip, Mix, Learn" metaphor originated with Alan Levine. Alan's work has had a significant impact on my thinking about educational technology. For a more indepth look at these technologies see Alan's "Rip. Mix. Learn." Workshop given on November 16, 2004.

The idea of using a blog as a presentation tool is another one of Alan's original ideas. See:

The "Small Pieces, Loosely Joined" metaphor originated with David Weinberger's book of the same name.

4 Comments:

Blogger EdWonk said...

Thanks! I wish that I could attend.

10/18/2005 10:42 PM  
Blogger Dean Shareski said...

Hey Darren,

Thanks for including me in your credits.

I'm doing a similar workshop this month in Regina. I know I'll use some of your stuff.

Thanks in advance.

10/30/2005 11:34 PM  
Anonymous Darren said...

I'm looking forward to seeing your workshop Dean! If its available online maybe you could leave us a link? ;-)

10/31/2005 9:34 AM  
Anonymous Dave R said...

Darren I just wanted to give you thanks for including me in your credits and for springboarding my adventures into the realm of blogging in the classroom. I know that many of my grade 7's thank you as well as they have really taken to the blogs.

2/22/2006 6:45 PM  

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