Charlotte Pierce

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Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Welcome to this first official episode of the Peeragogy Podcast, where we collaborate to build the no-longer-missing guide to all things relevant to peer learning & peer production. This regular video/audio podcast aims to provide an interactive space where...
Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Peeragogy In Action #2: Wikipedia vs. Misinformation

“Most social media sites are designed for profit,” Pete Forsyth of WikiStrategies tells us, “and fanning the flames of division and misinformation can be profitable. Wikipedia stands apart.” How is Wikipedia different? The platform is not...
Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Peeragogy In Action #3: Peering Into Early Learning

Join CICOLAB (Collective Intelligence Collaboratory) co-founders Lauren Nignon and Charles Blass as they report initial findings on what makes “Peeragogy for Kids”, with inputs from Howard Rheingold, Jerry Michalski, Open Global Mind and CICOLAB crew members at the...
Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Peeragogy In Action #4: Collaborative Publishing

Peeragogy is all about learning how to do something by finding some like minds with diverse skills, and doing it! In this episode, we explore the collaborative publishing process. We will learn from two Peeragogy Handbook contributors who have written and published...
Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Peeragogy In Action #5: Ethics of Data

Welcome to Peeragogy In Action, Episode 5! Do we control data, or does data control us? In this episode, we dive into the ethics of data from technology scholars Paola Ricaurte and Yasmine Boudiaf. Paola is a professor Department of Media and Digital Culture at...
Peeragogy In Action #1: Peeragogy In Action: The Podcast

Peeragogy In Action #6: Visualizing Life Patterns

And now…for something completely different! Design patterns? What are they, and how do they determine, affect, or change the course of our lives? Why is it important to visualize them? Architect Christopher Alexander famously described a design pattern as a...
Peeragogy In Action #7: The Possibilities of an Open Global Mind

Peeragogy In Action #7: The Possibilities of an Open Global Mind

As we move through a period of turmoil in the health, political, and social spheres, the instigators of the Open Global Mind (OGM) project are aiming for sense-making, a movement that is by definition and in practice, always a work in progress. Open Global Mind is a...
DishUP! Concert for Arlington EATS & Musicians’ Relief Fund

DishUP! Concert for Arlington EATS & Musicians’ Relief Fund

DONATION LINK: Venmo @PiercePress OR send a check to St. John’s, 74 Pleasant St., Arlington MA 02476; memo Dish-UP for both! On January 8, we’re dishing up a great lineup to benefit Arlington EATS (food pantry) and local musicians affected by pandemic...
Face The Book TV #16: Amazon & Facebook Advertising

Face The Book TV #16: Amazon & Facebook Advertising

In a crowded online marketplace, one of the few ways you may be able to get eyeballs on your book or brand is through paid advertising. Award-winning nonfiction publisher Ian Lamont gives a brief overview of Amazon and Facebook advertising, and some high-level...
Face The Book TV #15: IPNE Publishing Conference Preview

Face The Book TV #15: IPNE Publishing Conference Preview

For nearly a decade, the Annual Conference of the Independent Publishers of New England (IPNE.org) has been the region’s leading indie publishing event for anyone who wants to take their authoring and publishing business to new heights. This fall’s event will be the...