I make software. I’ve spent many years developing in Java and have enjoyed using Spring and Hibernate. Lately I’ve been using Groovy and Grails in addition to Java to create SaaS web applications that help track finances for large institutions.
Itinerant edtech web geek, barking and growling and playing on the web since 1993 with an HTML Tutorial archived . Recent years been pushing a lot of old school RSS Syndication via Wordpress cogdogblog .
Writing in an emergency shelter, Olympic National Park, WA
Director of eLearning and Instructional Design at Everett Community College
Formal bio: Audrey Watters is a writer who focuses on education technology -- the relationship between politics, pedagogy, business, culture, and ed-tech.
I'm a software engineer and open education nerd. I work a lot with open standards in the edtech space.
I'm an elementary school principal who's worked with wikis for quite a while now. I'm excited to explore this Teaching Machines Happening on Federated Wiki with Audrey Watters and Michael Caulfield. So far so good. Twitter: @chaugen Voxer: chauge147
I've been playing/working with/thinking about things digital since 1968. While I am still working out what I want to do when and if I grow up, I have been teaching about, researching and writing about the digital and education since the mid 1980's.
I am a professor at Macomb Community College in Michigan, where I mainly teach composition. I've done some work with wikis in the past, but this is the most technical thing I have done in years! I'm interested in this project for the pedagogical possibilities.
I'm interested in computer programming, music, and a little of everything else.
I am a Masters student at Carnegie Mellon University studying educational technology. I'm interested in seeing the whole picture rather than the picture that my research first school might present.
I am a lecturer at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and I conduct research on learning environments for engineering design.
I'm Don Gorges in Toronto with a career in Visual Communications Creative Services i.e. Open Design Studio-Labs and self-directed Research in Development of a Personal Learning API.
Hello! My name is Emily and I am the Sally W. Kalin Librarian for Learning Innovations at Penn State. I provide instruction, reference, and outreach services to undergraduate students and have an MLIS from the University of Pittsburgh.
As I wander in our motorhome, and across the web, I find a new joy in scholarship freed from institutional constraints.
I am (in no particular order)
Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning and Technology & Associate Professor at Royal Roads University
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I'm a programmer at Braintree (PayPal) in Chicago, and before that I interned at Khan Academy.
I was born a poor political theorist.
Hi, my name is Jeff Rimland and I'm an Instructor and Research Associate at Penn State's College of Information Sciences and Technology, where I enjoy working with Penn State's Center for Online Innovation in Learning (COIL).
Jenny Mackness is an independent online education consultant, specialising in content authoring, teaching and facilitating national and international online courses in Higher Education.
Cinema audience historian at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Also educational designer with a focus on spatial and navigational models for thinking and learning.
I work as a college English instructor in West Palm Beach, FL, USA, after a long professional life as a technology director in college and K12. I set up my first fully computerized and networked academic support lab for the University of Houston-Victoria in 1983.
I am a sixth grade teacher and the technology co-director for the Western Massachusetts Writing Project. I am intrigued by how digital technology can transform the way we communicate and collaborate and compose.
As one of Viral Academy Teachers my main interest is Distributed Team Work and Web based Project Management Tools supporting it.
Lisa Chamberlin, eLearning Director of Walla Walla Community College, and explorer of all things tech-related...often without reading the directions. (Boldy going where a few have gone before).
I teach digital writing and rhetoric at Bemidji State University, in northern Minnesota, US. I've been using and teaching with wikis since 2004.
I'm a faculty developer & teacher educator at the American University in Cairo's Center for Learning & Teaching (official title Associate Professor of Practice). I research a variety of things (see more in my About Me page )
I've worked in educational technology since the 1990s. I'm currently exploring applications of federated wiki to education.
Mura Nava teaches English as a foreign language in Paris, France.
I can't think what to say about myself at the moment. A set of bullet points that summerises me (in the usual useless manner of a powerpoint slide)...
Consultant and researcher in education.
I am a mathematician, teaching and researching in Zurich.
I just accepted a position as the Director of Educational Technology & Media at Seattle Pacific University.
I'm a Coordinator of Faculty Support and Instructional Design at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
English expat in Glasgow
I'm an archaeologist by training, a digital dilettante by inclination, and a digital humanist by the seat of my pants!
I am Terry. I teach. I write. I farm. I husband. I am a lucky man.
I'm Thomas Kalka from Potsdam, Germany. I've studied physics, worked as a programmer and now work as opera singer and teacher on a small school led by self-directed learning principles.
I work with the Sprout Fund as the project manager on technology for the City of Learning, Open Badges, and Remake Learning work in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
I'm pleased to participate in federated wiki happenings. I sometimes write a bit defensively about the wiki technology. I also have broad interests and will try to contribute here on subjects of interest to this community.