Yesterday we participated in the live, interactive, global wireside chat with Lawrence Lessig, disseminated via streaming technology based on an open source platform. For those of you who missed it, you can catch it on Flumotion’s blog. I was especially happy to see some of you following/participating on Twitter and look forward to hearing your thoughts about the experience.
This week we are fortunate to have Nicole McClure and Joe Madaus talk with us about universal design for instruction principles when using technology. We’ll use the rest of our class time looking at copyleft resources and our digital footprints.
Was there anything in this week’s readings or in the wireside chat that you found surprising or encouraging?