James Farmer on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning

James Farmer on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning

Leigh Blackall (Learn Online) has been running fantastic 10 minute online lecture series in New Zealand for Learning communities Aotearoa and I was fortunate to be invited to join some of the sessions.

Unfortunately I missed James Farmer‘s session but I liked the recording so much that Leigh and James were nice enough to grant me permission to convert the audio into a video.

So here is the video version of James’s talk on Identity, Ownership and Online Learningmake time to check it out! Sorry, James, that I have taken so long to create it (work commitments) but definitely a fitting way to celebrate 100,000 edublogs! Congratulations James — must be chocolate party (no definitely chocolate) time!

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Thanks again Leigh and James for giving me permission.

I recommend that you make the time to check out Leigh’s 10 minute lecture sessions (there are links to both the Elluminate session and audio). Excellent work on the program you are involved with in New Zealand Leigh — great to see people like Sarah gaining so much from their involvement!

6 thoughts on “James Farmer on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning

  1. Boy — sorry Michele and Sarah I really thought I had responded to your comments. Please forgive me!

    Michele – Leigh’s 10 min series is absolutely brilliant so empowering. We all should do more like these.

    Sarah – always happy to link to other people’s blogs. You and Carolyn are doing such great work!

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