It would seem that one of Greg McVerry’s quote posts, which I’m pretty sure he made to illustrate a process point about the Post Kinds plugin on his website and not necessarily to highlight the quote itself, sent me down the rabbit hole of discovery on some of the origins and history of open pedagogy today.
Saw some interesting examples on the way however, which have given me some intriguing ideas to begin trying out in the near future.
Summary: David is about to head off abroad for a month. We talk about what’s been happening recently and his plans for his upcoming sojourn.
Recorded: August 5, 2018
IndieWeb Camp NYC–September 28-29, 2018–RSVPs are open now
Micropub Plugin work for WordPress
It will include a Media endpoint
Code for integration with the WordPress REST API
This sketch solution may be an end-around the issue of getting WordPress (or potentially other CMSes) Themes to be microformats 2 compatible, and allow a larger range of inter-compatibility for websites and communication.
I had almost forgotten that it was not so long ago that I’d outlined how I use Hypothesis to own my own highlights and annotations on my website. For the benefit of those in Dr. McVerry’s EDU522 course, I’ve included a link to it here.
For those who would like to see some examples you can find several below:
Specific stand-alone highlight posts
Specific stand-alone annotation posts
Other posts (typically reads) which I’ve highlighted and/or otherwise annotated things
I created the stand-alone posts using customized post kinds using some custom code for the Post Kinds Plugin.
I’ll begin tagging some of these pieces with the tag “backstage” for with how I’ve built or done certain things. You can subscribe to these future posts by adding
/feed/ to the end of the URL for this tag archive.
To some extent my IndieWeb Collection/Research page has a lot of these “backstage” type posts for those who are interested. As part of the IndieWeb community, I’ve been documenting how and what I’ve been doing on my site for a while, hopefully these backstage posts will help other educators follow in my path without need to blaze as much of it anew for themselves.
Backstage posts are in actuality a very IndieWeb thing:
As we discover new ways to do things, we can document the crap out of them. —IndieWeb.org
The instructive meme I made with Glitch for .