IntroductionList of Author Blogs and Twitter AccountsIndex by AuthorIndex by TopicLicensing Information1. Innovation & Disruption25 Years of Ed TechIf We Were Really Serious about Educational TechnologyWe Can't Let Educators Off the HookInterventionsWaiting for O SupermanA Field Guide to "Jobs that Don't Exist Yet"A Definition of Emerging Technologies for EducationInnovation in Higher Education ... and Other Blasts from the PastTo Lecture Capture or Not to Lecture Capture?Possible Futures for Innovation and Technology in Higher EducationThis is Not the Online Learning You (or We) are Looking ForReclaiming Disruption2. Openness & SharingInto the OpenDefining the 'Open' in Open Content and Open Educational ResourcesExploring the Open Knowledge LandscapePlanning to Share Versus Just SharingThe Access Compromise and the 5th ROpen Textbooks? UGH.My Open Textbook: Pedagogy and PracticeRemix, Mashups, Aggregation, Plagiarism Oh MyCrossing the Field Boundaries: Open Science, Open Data & Open EducationThe CCK08 MOOCOERs: The Good, the Bad and the UglyWhat's Right and What's Wrong about Coursera-Style MOOCsOpening Up Open PedagogyOpen Pedagogy and a Very Brief History of the ConceptInternational Something: Why You Should Care #DigPedDoes Open Pedagogy Require OER?Pragmatism vs. Idealism and the Identity Crisis of OER AdvocacyOpen Ends?The Fallacy of 'Open'3. Identity & ParticipationThe Question Should be: Why Are You *Not* BloggingThe Kindness of BloggingAn Introduction to Connective KnowledgeRhizomatic EducationA History of Knowledge, Distributed Cognition, and the PhDSome Observations on PLE DiagramsE-Learning 2.0The Role of Personality in EducationDigital IdentitiesKithNobody's Version of Dumbsomething is rotten in the state of ... TwittercliqueonomicsColonisers and Edupunks (&C.)Digital Trespass and Critical Literacy #OER174. Equity & PowerThe Golden Age of Education that Never WasBlackboard Patents the LMSThe Glass BeesWhat Do We Owe Students When We Collect Their Data - A ResponseAI is Coming for Your Instructional and Learning Design Jobs, ApparentlyMOOCs and Directing an Academic FieldThe Audacity: Thrun Learns a Lesson and Students PayThe Lower Ed Ecosystem: Bootcamps Edition#BreakOpen Breaking OpenOpen Cyborgs at #ALTCPlatform Literacy in a Time of Mass GaslightingWhy We Shouldn't Let Economists Play with EducationConnectivity as PovertyReproducing Marginality?Inclusion AgainOER, Equity, and Implicit Creative RedliningFor Now, Our OwnConcluding ThoughtsAppendicesA List of Some Great EdTech BlogsRecommendations for Formal Learning

List of Author Blogs and Twitter Accounts

Most of the communication with blog post authors that was required to create this book was accomplished through Twitter.

Almost all included blog authors actively used the platform at the time of compilation, and a list of their names and associated blog URLs and Twitter handles is provided below.

Name and Blog Link Twitter Handle
Alan Levine [https://cogdogblog.com/] @cogdog [https://twitter.com/cogdog]
Benjamin Doxtdator [https://edtechbooks.org/-qpG] @doxtdatorb [https://twitter.com/doxtdatorb]
Bon Stewart [https://edtechbooks.org/-NmZ] @bonstewart [https://twitter.com/bonstewart]
Brian Lamb [https://abject.ca/] @brlamb [https://twitter.com/brlamb]
Catherine Cronin [http://catherinecronin.net/] @catherinecronin [https://edtechbooks.org/-Bap]
Clint Lalonde [http://clintlalonde.net/] @edtechfactotum [https://edtechbooks.org/-QSE]
Dave Cormier [http://davecormier.com/] @davecormier [https://edtechbooks.org/-FLm]
David Wiley [http://opencontent.org/] @opencontent [https://edtechbooks.org/-ZWn]
Frances Bell [https://francesbell.com/] @francesbell [https://edtechbooks.org/-KfM]
George Veletsianos [http://www.veletsianos.com/] @veletsianos [https://edtechbooks.org/-wYH]
Jim Groom [https://bavatuesdays.com] @jimgroom [https://twitter.com/jimgroom]
Karen Cangialosi [https://karencang.net/] @karencang [https://twitter.com/karencang]
Kate Bowles [http://musicfordeckchairs.com] @katemfd [https://twitter.com/katemfd]
Lorna M. Campbell [http://lornamcampbell.org/] @lornamcampbell [https://edtechbooks.org/-uJg]
Maha Bali [https://blog.mahabali.me/] @bali_maha [https://twitter.com/bali_maha]
Martin Weller [http://blog.edtechie.net/] @mweller [https://twitter.com/mweller]
Michael Feldstein [https://mfeldstein.com/] @etwiterate [https://twitter.com/etwiterate]
Rajiv Jhangiani [http://thatpsychprof.com/] @thatpsychprof [https://edtechbooks.org/-mEu]
Rob Farrow [https://edtechbooks.org/-iAP] @philosopher1978 [https://edtechbooks.org/-Ezb]
Robin DeRosa [http://robinderosa.net/] @actualham [https://twitter.com/actualham]
Rolin Moe [http://edutechnicalities.com/] @rmoejo [https://twitter.com/rmoejo]
Royce Kimmons [http://blog.roycekimmons.com] @roycekimmons [https://edtechbooks.org/-CfD]
sava saheli singh [https://edtechbooks.org/-Gio] @savasavasava [https://edtechbooks.org/-CHp]
Scott Leslie [https://scottleslie.ca] @sleslie [https://twitter.com/sleslie]
Scott McLeod [https://edtechbooks.org/-Nxk] @mcleod [https://twitter.com/mcleod]
Sheila MacNeill [https://howsheilaseesit.net/] @sheilmcn [https://twitter.com/sheilmcn]
Sherri Spelic [https://edifiedlistener.blog/] @edifiedlistener [https://edtechbooks.org/-adRS]
Stephen Downes [https://www.downes.ca/] @downes [https://twitter.com/downes]
Tannis Morgan [http://homonym.ca/] @tanbob [https://twitter.com/tanbob]
Tony Bates [https://www.tonybates.ca/] @drtonybates [https://edtechbooks.org/-FkM]
Tressie McMillan Cottom [https://tressiemc.com] @tressiemcphd [https://edtechbooks.org/-tvi]

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