Scott Lockman fills us in on ds106

Learning2gether Episode 102

Sunday, April 29, 2012 ds106


Today, Scott Lockman describes his understanding of what ds106 is, how the system works, how to become involved, and some of his experience over the past year of teaching a computer studies class based on the ds106 model.

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Scott’s a lot of fun. Some proof:


  • On Sunday, January 15, 2012 we enjoyed a Super Sunday Streaming event with Scott leading us in a very entertaining PetchaFlickr. How entertaining?  Check it out:
  • This Sunday, Scott was at Tapped In two hours before he was due to go on, giving us plenty of time to set up the Elluminate room, but one thing led to another and we ended up at a place called Cypris Chat in Second Life <> where students come together and talk freely on interestingly abstract concepts. Here’s a screen shot of the F.U.N.

This engaged us in a round of getting our VOIP working in SL where we could hear the chat, necessitating our shutting off sound in Elluminate, and causing us to get so resource-challenged that we both had to reboot and barely made it back to Elluminate in time to get re-started there in time for …

getting back on the topic of tonight’s presentation on ds106 … 

Jim Groom and team try to help Stephen Downes and George Siemens with Change MOOC:

An Alan Levine take on Jim Groom: <>

Alan’s post points to a site illustrating DS106 inferentially: <>

Scott Lockman’s blog posts leading up to the event:

Recording: Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate)


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