I shot a little video today from the passenger seat of Claire Namiboo’s Campus Shuttle. It’s a nice peek at some of the studios on campus on 24 May ’15.
MU now has 5 flickr photo groups. Please join the 4 open groups and add your pix to the one most appropriate group!
Pharaoh was the name for king and the son of the god Ra. The title originates in the Egyptian term “great house”, describing the royal palace.
Studio Art 12: Life Drawing, is for all levels with no experience required. Develop your skills at drawing from live avatar models.
Studio Art 1 is a semester-long course where MU Learners can show & discuss each other’s work. Attend the weeks you want. You don’t have to attend every week.
Spring 2015 roster with links to Learner Blogs, Twitter & Flickr
Syllabus for University 101 an introduction to creating your own program at MU.
Announcing 2 dozen new positions in Medici University’s 4 Institutional units: Bridge Brewing Co., KATYPERRYOPOLIS!, Avatar Fertility & Surrogacy, and Adoption & Day Care.
Schedule of Classes, Spring 2015. Please add any courses that you would like to Teach, or Take!
Join us for Spring ’15 semester! Get your own 16x16m virtual studio with 150 primitive objects!
The Medici University virtual campus is now open! Artist’s Studios for Students are available immediately. Please visit the campus and select your studio!
I’m pleased to announce that Medici University is now accepting applications for Student, Faculty, Staff, and Retail for Spring Semester, 2015!
At the MU Virtual Campus at LEA we will offer educational and collaborative opportunities in the arts. Faculty and students will collaborate on new work and exhibit it at the MU Art Galleries. A full virtual campus will include artist’s studios and other facilities.
This week we look at Pedagogy & Assessment with particular emphasis on digital Badges as tools to support & document learning and make it portable. Unlike a line in a resume that leaves the content at the university, a badge carries the content with the student.
I joined the FutureED meetup at Virtual Tufts in SL today and discussed the course with Roland Legrand, Robin Heyden, Stylianos Ling, and Beth Ghostraven.
For the 2nd 3 weeks of FutureED we turn from the history to the future of Higher Ed and begin our list of 10+1 ways to shift the paradigm of higher ed.
A beautiful, forward looking document, the Draft of our Course Constitution is still saddled with vestiges of 20th century baggage. Here are 5 suggestions to make it a living document for the 21st century.
FutureEd constitutes an experiment in collaborative learning. Together, we commit ourselves to iteratively identifying, evaluating, creating, rethinking, and building solutions to [mostly] higher educational challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for all of us in the 21st century.
For me the day it all changed was 6 August 1991 when Tim Berners-Lee posted the 1st web page. Course instructor Cathy N. Davidson seems paradoxically uninterested in Berners-Lee’s insight and prefers to focus on 22 April 1993, the day the Mosaic web browser was released. Either way, for about 22 years the world has […]
I’m taking a MOOC from educational visionary Cathy N. Davidson, former Duke University Vice-Provost and co-founder of HASTAC. Wk 1: 4 Information Ages: Writing, Moveable Type, Mass Printing, Internet. Wk 2: Industrial Revolution & education as we know it today.