Check the O.L.
Liner Notes from Groundbreaking Online Learning
Online learning has more in common with hip hop than you may think. It’s younger, more technological, cutting edge and sometimes groundbreaking. It is constantly remixing, reusing and otherwise building on what’s come before. Join Terry Greene and Anne-Marie Scott in this podcast series as they get the stories behind how some of the most groundbreaking online learning of all time came to be. Inspired by and modeled after the book "Check The Technique: Liner Notes for Hip Hop Junkies".
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Equity Unbound is “an emergent, collaborative curriculum which aims to create equity-focused, open, connected, intercultural learning experiences across classes, countries and contexts” (http://unboundeq.creativitycourse.org/about/). The project began…

When a huge international cycling race decides to surround your campus for a week, does a university meekly go home or does it… oh say whip up a couple dozen one credit online courses directly related to the race and subverting it into a giant…

Not content with simply coining the term MOOC back in the summer of ’08, Dave decided to take inspiration from his garden to bring forth the concept of rhizomatic learning as well. Starting in 2014, he kicked off what we consider one of the most…

Going way back to the eLearning pre-history of 1999, co-hosts Anne-Marie Scott and Terry Greene chat with the Open University’s Martin Weller about T171: You, Your Computer and The Net. It all began with a question to Martin that was something like…

#ModPo (Modern Poetry) with Al Filreis is a long-running MOOC that has been delighting its participants since 2012. Its community & its curriculum have been consistently growing throughout the years due in no small part to its willingness to engage…

For Dr. Whitney Kilgore, HumanMOOC began with a desire to find ways that the MOOC environment can allow us to find and connect with others and discuss online learning in robust and creative ways. Not to mention the chance to help each other broaden…

Since 2017, Mia Zamora and Alan Levine have taken their Networked Narratives (#netnarr) students at Kean University (and anyone else who wants to join in) on an adventure to become digital alchemists. While this learning experience was part face to…

Antigonish 2.0 is the digital learning “sequel” to the original movement of 1920s and 30s Nova Scotia. While the first focused on adult education, microfinance, and community building, Antigonish 2.0 aimed to bring media and information literacy to…

Laura Gibbs, (@OnlineCrsLady), has spent the last 22 years crafting her online teaching practices. Her two courses, Myth-Folklore and Indian Epics, are really one, finely-honed course system. The way the subject matter is woven together with the way…

In this inaugural episode, Terry Greene and Anne-Marie Scott get together to chat about their plans to podcast their way in to a book called Check The O.L.: Liner Notes from Groundbreaking Online Learning.