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Alan Levine is known for his creative use of technology in the fields of innovation, education, and professional development. Alan CogDogBlog.com, a web visionary since the early 1990s, shares his ideas and findings. Openness and sharing, techniques for connected learning, developing attribution tools, exploring new types of online storytelling such as 50+ Web 2.0 Ways To Tell a Story, pechaflickr, teaching and building sites for courses and projects such as ds106, Networked Narratives, Ontario Expand, and unleashing WordPress-based tools with the mysterious name of “SPLOT” are among his interests.
He works with a variety of higher education institutions and organizations, including Open Education Global, BCCampus, EduHack, eCampus Ontario, Coventry University, the University of Guadalajara, Creative Commons, Virginia Commonwealth University, Universidad del Sagrado Corazón, The Open University, Digital Media Hub, and the University of Guadalajara. He also builds open-source web-based software that he publishes on Github. He’s been invited to give keynotes and seminars by a few people.
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Alan Levine (aka cogdog) gave a keynote titled “Ordinary/Amazing Stories of Connection” at the 2015 K12 Online Conference, which was free and open to the public. Alan’s keynote, without a doubt, was the catalyst that propelled me further in my learning. Regarding a… Continue to read
With the start of a new school year approaching, I figured I’d ask teachers this question. “How would your students pay tribute to their experiences in your classroom at the end of this school year?” I recently had the chance to… Continue to read
Problem solving, in my opinion, is one of the most valuable skills that our students will learn in today’s classrooms. In a recent post titled “Problem Solving with “Aunt Emma,” I identified a fun activity that encourages students to think about… Continue to read
DS106 was a fantastic learning experience for me. In the spring of 2012, I enrolled in this free, online Interactive Storytelling class at the University of Mary Washington. The coaches were Jim Groom and Alan Levine (a.k.a. “cogdog”). Continue to read