Jon's Neighborhood

I'm enjoying reading more in the federation. Here is a place that I can fork content without concern for the information architecture that results.

Director of Blended and Networked Learning, WSU Vancouver. Fedwiki evangelist.

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'm writing a new bio for here because I want to say even though I have MEd & PhD in Education, my undergrad was in Computer Science. I ran away from programming because I never really liked it, but I remember it, kind of ;) It's wonderful folks like you all who brought me back to the #edtech. Here is my December Journal

My working life began in programming in 1974 and finished when I retired two years ago from my job as a senior lecturer in Salford Business School. For the first year of my retirement, I was not sure that I wanted to do anything more than spend time on knitting, sewing, gardening and visiting new places but in this last year, I have grown into a role that I saw once on a conference badge, itinerant scholar. As I wander in our motorhome, and across the web, I find a new joy in scholarship freed from institutional constraints.

‎Director of eLearning and Instructional Design at Everett Community College

Cinema audience historian at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Sometime educational designer with a focus on spatial and navigational models for thinking and learning.

I’m the Innovation Technology Officer at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga , Australia. It’s a pretty cool title and I basically make, think, help, support, train and advise on technology in education. I have a background in graphic design, multimedia and web design and have a passion for exploring new technologies and the opportunities they bring.