Laura mainly writes about Technology, Education and Openness. Her blog is syndicated to Medium, where she also writes for Greenpeace, the We Are Open Co-op and occasionally publishes in Solidarity for Slackers. She’s written both fiction and non-fiction and is a regular contributor to Opensource.com
If you’d like her to review a plan, product or process and write about it, just get in touch!
Out of the hundreds of posts Laura has written, there are many useful tidbits of information. Here are several that have retained relevance throughout the years. Check out the full archives for so much more.
- How to Run a Community Call
- Learning to Understand Social Pressure
- Pathways for Creative Leadership
- Open Courage
- We Write for Ourselves
- 2015 had a lot of useful writing!
- Leading Groups: Dealing with Too Cool for School & Other Personalities
- Where the Talent Goes
- Step by Step: Making Your Blog More Useful
- Collapsing Open Leadership Strands
- “Prove that people want to remix curriculum.”
- Web Literacy Lensing: Identity
- Love the Lurkers
- :For Librarians
- Webmaker: An Open Educational Ecosystem (OEE)
- Why Modular?
- The Spark, the Confusion
- Storycamp Teaching Kits
- the Future of Communication Part 1: The Session
- Part 2: Machine Learning & Serendipitous Communication
- OHM2013 Part 2 – Observing Segmentation, Pedagogy of Discomfort and impromptu Singing
- #teachtheweb: so you want to run a cMOOC
- An Educational Approach Using Game Mechanics in Curriculum to Teach Web Literacy in Adults (my thesis)
- 1-Pages & Contributing
- The Edtech “Hysteria”
- Hacktivity Kits & Modular Curriculum
- Embrace the BORING then get CREATIVE
- Every laboratory needs a mad scientist