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Ascilite 2021 lines of thought: the emergence of meaning through collaborations and remix

  1. 1. Lines of thought: the emergence of meaning through collaborations and remix Wendy Taleo Sarah Honeychurch 2021 CC BY SA
  2. 2. Project unfurling We have watched a collaborative project unfold in ways that continue to amaze, inspire and nourish us. This has opened up a conversation about the power of online collaborations and the adaptability of these for more formal models of learning.
  3. 3. Daily Creative Practice: The DS106 Daily Create ● Daily Creative Challenge - since Jan 2012 ● Challenges submitted by DS106 participants ● Published as Wordpress blog (10am each day GMT) ● Open to anyone to participate ● Ethos of HOMAGO and remix
  4. 4. Why not? https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3296/ https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3306/ https://twitter.com/ds106dc/status/13554761097987399 73?s=20 https://twitter.com/NomadWarMachine/status/1351895030361976834?s=20
  5. 5. The Prompt A global, collaborative poem. It's beautiful, hopeful, flies high and goes deep and it starts with a bird..... Read: https://wentalearn.blogspot.com/2021/02/ds106-lines-of-thought.html
  6. 6. How it happened
  7. 7. 1. A bird, flying though the sky 2 Cuts through dark clouds 3 Circling on wind drifts 4 Your mind shifts to stars 5 Whose silver wings shimmer and shiver. And fade. 6 Cutting into thin air, exhilarating, hard to breath, 7 as you swim through the sun flooded blue 8 ignoring the green duckweed trying to get into your nostrils. 9 focusing on turquoise skies: the other side 10 until, until, there. You break through and for a moment, 11 you forget. 25 share your brilliance 26 alive, living in the moment. 27 noticing the small things 28 celebrating the small things, because these give us all hope. 29 a child's smile, a cat's paw, a snowdrop peeking through the snow 30 a carousel of animated memories that light up receptors of gratitude
  8. 8. Collaborative Narration 22 Contributors Listen: https://soundcloud.com/wendy-taleo/106-lines-of-thought
  9. 9. Word cloud Remix by Kevin Hodgson
  10. 10. ‘A tapestry of many colours’ Remix by Wendy Taleo From Line 95
  11. 11. ‘Surface this collaborative poem’ Remix by Sarah Honeychurch From Lines 88-91
  12. 12. ‘Now replaced by light’ Remix by Wendy Taleo From Line 12
  13. 13. Creating is so good for your mental health Susan Spellman
  14. 14. The Music Album Part I - IV Irwin Devries
  15. 15. Remix as a critical skill Make a map, not a tracing … A map has multiple entryways, as opposed to the tracing, which always comes back “to the same.” “The map has to do with performance, whereas the tracing always involves an alleged “competence” (Deleuze and Guattari, 1987, pp.12-13). ● Remix is more than just an edit or a copy ● DIY Culture: grass roots activism, indy music (Jenkins, 2010) ● “Yes, and …” (Flinchbaugh, 2014) ● “Cultural glue” (Navas, 2012) ● “serendipitous learning that cannot be scripted” (Smith et al., 2016, p. 11).
  16. 16. Not just fun, but serious fun ● Whitton (2018) The efficacy of games for learning ● Lego for Serious Play (Montesa-Andres et al., 2014) ● HOMAGO: Hanging Out, Messing About, Geeking Out (Ito 2010, 2019) ● “This idea of serious play did not rise solely from us, it rose from hanging out and geeking out on those mornings together. It came from messing about on the river with everyone else in our Hangouts-on-Air before we pushed off from the bank into the current.” (Elliott, 2013) ● Permission to fail: the “latent productivity” of failure (Kapur, 2008, p. 379)
  17. 17. The importance of collaborative play ● Well-being ● The impact of the pandemic ● Precarious employment ● The need for meaningful connections and active involvement in creative practices ● Trust and authenticity ● Encourage serious fun in remote/virtual modes of learning ○ Seed thematic poems and stories ○ Encourage close reading and digital literacies
  18. 18. References American Psychological Association. (2014) The road to resilience. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. Retrieved from http://www.apa.org/helpcenter/road-resilience.aspx. The Association for Learning Technology (ALT). (2021). Collective Hope [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/Mpelbd3Q1yM Deleuze, G., & Guattari, F. (1987). A thousand plateaus: Capitalism and schizophrenia. University of Minnesota Press. DeVries, I. (2021) 106 Lines of Thought [Digital Album]. Bandcamp. Retrieved from https://irwindevries.bandcamp.com/album/106-lines-of-thought DS106. (n.d.). The DS106 Daily Create. Retrieved 14 July 2021, from https://daily.ds106.us/ DS106. (2021). The DS106 Daily Create #tdc3306 Add a Line of Thought. Retrieved 14 July 2021, from https://daily.ds106.us/tdc3306/ Flinchbaugh, K. B. (2014). Yes...And With Me: Mutuality and Improvisation as Methods for Consultant Development. SDC J. Multi. Innov, 19, 46–59. Hodgson, K. (2021). Digital version (not nearly as cool or tangible) [Comment on the post “ Line of Thought-Une Teller.”] NomadWarMachine. https://www.nomadwarmachine.co.uk/2021/04/28/line-of-thought-une-teller/ Honeychurch, S. (2021). Line of Thought-Une Teller. Retrieved 8 October 2021, from https://www.nomadwarmachine.co.uk/2021/04/28/line-of-thought-une-teller/ Jenkins, H. (2010, May 23). Why Participatory Culture Is Not Web 2.0: Some Basic Distinctions. CONFESSIONS OF AN ACA-FAN. http://henryjenkins.org/blog/2010/05/why_participatory_culture_is_n.html
  19. 19. References (cont. Jenkins, H. (1992). Textual poachers: Television fans & participatory culture. Routledge. Montesa-Andres, J. O., Garrigós-Simón, F. J., & Narangajavana, Y. (2014). A Proposal for Using Lego Serious Play in Education. In M. Peris-Ortiz, F. J. Garrigós-Simón, & I. Gil Pechuán (Eds.), Innovation and Teaching Technologies (pp. 99–107). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-04825-3_10 Navas, E. (2012). Remix Theory: The Aesthetics of Sampling. Ambra Verlag. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-7091-1263-2 Smith, A., West-Puckett, S., Cantrill, C., & Zamora, M. (2016). Remix as Professional Learning: Educators’ Iterative Literacy Practice in CLMOOC. Education Sciences, 6(4), 12. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci6010012 Taleo, W. (2021a). DS106 Lines of Thought [Blog]. Tales in ELearning. Retrieved October 14, 2021, from https://wentalearn.blogspot.com/2021/02/ds106-lines-of-thought.html Taleo, W. (2021b). Poetry Remix Matrix [ThingLink]. Poetry Reknit. Retrieved October 14, 2021, from https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1422933910269984770 West-Puckett, S., Smith, A., Cantrill, C., & Zamora, M. (2018). The Fallacies of Open: Participatory Design, Infrastructuring, and the Pursuit of Radical Possibility. Contemporary Issues in Technology & Teacher Education, 18(2). https://www.citejournal.org/volume-18/issue-2-18/english-language-arts/the-fallacies-of-open-participatory-design-infrastructuring-and-the-pursuit-of-radical-possibility Whitton, N. (2018). Playful learning: Tools, techniques, and tactics. Research in Learning Technology, 26(0). https://doi.org/10.25304/rlt.v26.2035.  
  20. 20. Links to remixes 1. Full poem: https://wentalearn.blogspot.com/2021/02/ds106-lines-of-thought.html 2. Sound Recording https://soundcloud.com/wendy-taleo/106-lines-of-thought 3. Creating is so good for your mental health. Susan Spellman https://youtu.be/OHfquHe36B8 4. Music Album https://irwindevries.bandcamp.com/album/106-lines-of-thought 5. Poetry Reknit spectrum https://www.thinglink.com/scene/1422933910269984770

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