Some really fascinating insights into the Bond villan man-baby that pushed me to look for better ways to connect with folk (and the context of the Twitter buy out). It's a house of cards scenario by looks of things https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2022-04-28/is-elon-musk-already-looking-to-get-out-of-the-twitter-deal
@dajbelshaw @clintlalonde @chrisaldrich @xolotl @mahabali @philbarker @kenbauer @suebecks @Dan_Blick @katebowles @karencang @compton @davecormier @catherinecronin @actualham @irwindev @Downes @xldrkp @Enkerli @timbocop @stevefoerster @giuliaforsythe @cablegreen @fgraver @nathanghall @jennihayman @chendricks @hibbittsdesign @thatpsychprof @blamb @DonnaLanclos @lightweight @cogdog I followed all of you yesterday. Great to learn from/with you. And, great to chat again Doug!
To help some of the newcomers make connections: name 5–7 things that interest you but aren't in your profile, as tags so they are searchable. Then boost this post or repeat its instructions so others know to do the same.
In reply to a question by @katebowles about 'how to... in mastodon' Here's the useful 'startup' guide... https://blog.joinmastodon.org/2018/08/mastodon-quick-start-guide/ Might be one to share (boost!)
Mastodon has gained 106,723 monthly active users since the end of March (when Elon bought 9.2% of Twitter's shares). 93,603 are new accounts. Overall that's a 42% increase in Mastodon's MAU.
Letter grades on way out? Why some University of California departments may use alternatives | EdSource https://edsource.org/2022/letter-grades-on-way-out-why-some-university-of-california-departments-may-use-alternatives/670994?amp=1
Education/ faculty/ academic development. Interested in observation, self-efficacy, digi ed, remote learning, critical pedagogy, ungrading https://reflect.ucl.ac.uk/mcarena/
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