@thejaymo I have been playing with innovation systems to analyze how self organized groups work... Excited to check out this work.
@telliowkuwp Been writing on this a bunch as I try to define agentive apprenticships from an innovation system lens: http://
@telliowkuwp I like thinking in terms of innovation systems, change starts at micro individual level, like minds gather at meso level, swelling mass leads to change at macro level which feeds back down to micro
Been drawing on the work of Catherine Miluska Chong Meza and System Agent Netowrk Theory https://
Inspired by #oer20 getting back to my explorations of analyzing our learning spaces through the lens of innovation systems where growth occurs through agentive apprenticeships and the quilting of knowledge across networks.
I used to think death and retirement were the only pathways to innovation in #HigherEd I guess we can now add global pandemic to the list
Web is 30 years old. If faculty aren't prepared to teach online that is a reflection of three decades of hiring malpractice. It is #HigherEd innovation occurs at a pace of death or retirement.
@booktoss on unrelated nerdy #literacies researcher stuff quote really made me think about your work with books and publishers and case studies I am doing with innovation systems: https://