Author Archives: Renoman1000

Shooters and the US Mentality

A recent CBC report after the recent Florida high school shootings said this about the FBI… “Agents routinely face a challenge of sifting through which of the tens of thousands of tips received every year — and more than 10,000 … Continue reading

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Enough already!

It is time for me to start offering some questions and opinions to the world. Expect posts that touch on practical politics, the arts, education, indigenous issues, economics and fairness. Where do I come from? I have worked in education … Continue reading

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Tony Bates on the Status of Open Textbook Adoption

5 lessons learned by Tony Bates at a recent Open Textbook Summit: Open Textbooks are gaining momentum There is a clear need for open textbooks The supply and demand from students is coming, but where is the adoption by faculty? … Continue reading

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Encouraging faculty to take responsibility for copyright

An idea was recently sent to me by a colleague: How about adding a widget to the learning management system that would prompt an entering faculty member to take responsibility for copyright clearance for all materials they have posted for … Continue reading

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