Volume 2 Number 2 of “Learning Inquiry” is now available

July 6, 2008
Tags: Learning Inquiry

[Some articles are free download, but others require you to be at a library, or logged in to a university web site. There’s some great stuff in there!] Volume 2 Number 2 of “Learning Inquiry” is now available on the SpringerLink web site at http://springer.r.delivery.net/r/r?2.1.Ee.2Tp.1hjtSJ.BwmrE4..N.FSds.2%2any.OQUEfa00 By clicking on the URLs below you can access the […]

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Learning Inquiry Journal Talk at AERA

February 11, 2008
Tags: , Learning Inquiry

I just got the info regarding my talk on Learning Inquiry at AERA in March: 61.013. Journal Talks: Session 3. AERA Sessions Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers, Metropolitan Ballroom, Metropolitan East, 2nd Floor 4:05 pm to 5:35 pm If you’re at the conference, drop by!

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Learning Inquiry Issue Two: Special Issue – Listening and Reflecting

October 1, 2007

Issue two of Learning Inquiry is up! It is a special issue on Listening and Reflecting including papers by Leonard Waks, Alexandra Michel and Stanton Wortham, Katherine Schultz and Lisa Smulyan, Suzanne Rice, Elizabeth Meadows, Megan Laverty, Andrea English, Sophie Haroutunian-Gordon, A. G. Rud and Jim Garrison.

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Too many topics, too little time. » think:lab: “The Future of Learning” Manifesto

January 22, 2007

Jeremy posts on think:lab: “The Future of Learning” Manifesto, which resonates with the first issue of our journal Learning Inquiry on the topic of the futures of learning, which we’re presently finishing up.

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The Colbert Report Trashes Springer Journal

May 1, 2006

I got this url from my friends at springer, who published our handbook of virtual learning environments and our journal Learning Inquiry. It shows The Colbert Report – Videos – On Notice trashing the springer journal paelolimnology… for suggesting that Jesus didn’t walk on water. I

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Publications: KMDiary

April 27, 2006

The current issue of KMDI’s KMDiary mentions Jeremy and my new journal Learning Inquiry, for which I’m thankful for the publicity. Unfortunately I’m listed as being at OISE/UT, rather then Ryerson. I guess you gotta take what you can get. And the diary notes that blogs are dead. Flickr is the new thing. Just so […]

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Alex Halavais » Learning Inquiry

March 29, 2006

Alex Halavais » Learning Inquiry: “Some time last year, a group at UB got together to write a proposal for a new funding track from NSF focussed on creating a center for learning. The CFP was unusual for NSF: it was highly interdisciplinary and considered learning in the broadest sense. So I pulled together some […]

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Mimi Ito – Weblog: New journal — Learning Inquiry

March 15, 2006

Mimi’s Spreading the word. SO it is official! Mimi Ito – Weblog: New journal — Learning Inquiry: “Jason Nolan and Jeremy Hunsinger have just announced their new journal with Springer, Learning Inquiry. I’ll be serving on the editorial board. This is an interesting new transdiciplinary effort. Please help spread the word.” [Learning Inquiry-Springer Learning and […]

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