Twitter Updates for 2012-06-12

  • Thoughtful comments from @annkirschner on MOOCs pushing the "envelope of learning" for biz models: http://t.co/4OcLJ7y2 #
  • Stanford successfully gamifies campus car traffic and parking: http://t.co/HhI5XCZL (h/t @rmchase) #
  • @snicholson is tweeting the #GLS8 Gameful Classroom workshop I'm at. I'm too busy in conversations to tweet the details. #
  • Workshop with a group of amazing educators who have gamified their classrooms. #gls #
  • Wow — all-vegetarian buffet lunch at this conference at U of Wisconsin. Woot! Was worried it would be nothin' but brats. #
  • RT @wiredacademic: Will MOOCs Promote Teaching Over Research at Ivy Universities? http://t.co/YXl21MMQ #
  • Abrupt removal of UVa President seems like further evidence that higher education will face disruptive change sooner than we think. #
  • @CathyNDavidson Indeed. We'd better disrupt from the inside to save the university before others kill it for the wrong reasons. #
  • @AnupDalvi I expect my Coursera #gamification course will start in late July. Stay tuned. (For others, register at http://t.co/jeq64wGB) #
  • Pulling for the brave @xeni. RT @milesobrien: Xeni is "doing well," according ro OR Nurse. Reconstruction phase in a few hours #
  • OH: "Jane McGonigal coined the term gamification, and then later criticized it." (I came to your defense, @avantgame) #
  • Realizing that I know more than I thought I did about what I've been doing. That's reassuring. #
  • RT @CathyNDavidson: Amos Tversky: "my colleagues study artificial intelligence; I study natural stupidity" #
  • OH: "It isn't a coincidence that the Latin word for school is ludus." [Which also means "game"] #gls8 #
  • @skap5 Biggest flaw in *all* research is success bias. #
  • RT @open_spectrum: RIP: Nobel prize winner Elinor Ostom "demonstrated how common property can be successfully managed." http://t.co/qsFSkyuw #