Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

November 2012

Let’s see how Dartmouth’s next president is going to transform tradition. Disruption to the status quo, anyone? http://t.co/LH0jTrCP

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Khan Academy founder proposes college integrating on-campus mentoring and online content acquisition. No lectures. http://t.co/oxESkFbd

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Alan Watts on education, learning, life: “What if money was no object?” Music by Ludovico Einaudi - http://t.co/9LU1OCVy

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This short film illustrates the power of words to radically effect change. https://t.co/ks1VYAw0

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@ryeisenberg Oh, that’s cool. Keep the good ones coming through @Upworthy.

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@ryeisenberg Here’s one reason why we voted for marriage equality in Maine: http://t.co/ro6FdhFV

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Is the “skills gap” real? NYT: “Trying to hire high-skilled workers at rock-bottom rates is not a skills gap.” - http://t.co/nv8yseKI

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Nancy Smyth on infographics, visual curation, Pinterest, and learning: Why Visual is the New Black - http://t.co/RPQPNG79

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This is great! Facebooks’s best, most “Condescending Corporate Brand Page” - http://t.co/R9RJLpV6

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Is France the sick man of Europe? http://t.co/2NTBIATO

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Is Facebook Ruining Facebook? [Yes.] http://t.co/Stui7jZR

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alfiekohn A perspec on high-stakes testing & “school reform” rarely found on the NYT’s (or any paper’s) op-ed page: http://t.co/xJ68yvaP

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RT @OPCouncil: Two Ontario school boards reach labour deal - http://t.co/jFcqVGxH http://t.co/LjVyoXYR @torontostar

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Top-tier universities band together to offer credit-bearing, fully online courses | Inside Higher Ed http://t.co/B9osKNhD

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NPR: How Eastern And Western cultures tackle learning - http://t.co/1nGzpxCA

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Shelley Wright: Students are competent enough to show us what they need to learn - http://t.co/9Oi0tmfg #flippedclassroom

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Chronicle: American Council on Education to consider MOOC recommendations service similar to regional accreditations - http://t.co/N276fCLZ

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Now that Firefox 16 is faster than Chrome 23 (10 skipped versions?), I’m happy to be back on Firefox as primary! http://t.co/zizMxJmB

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On GigaOm: Rethinking IT in the cloud computing era - http://t.co/8eQLhLjP

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David Weinberger: What do we learn from our failure to believe the presidential election polls? http://t.co/CkIrlHb1

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KQED MindShift: Summary of education control shifting from systems to students. (Seely Brown, Richardson.) - http://t.co/jFkEVZVa

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Revisited: C. Christensen “How disruptive innovation can deliver quality and affordability to postsecondary education” http://t.co/y9IOocd7

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Jeff Selingo (Chronicle): Tectonic shifts will transform higher ed. The implication: Who needs a school? - #WSJ http://t.co/gjA5UL6s

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The transformation to learner-centered education: “Students are competent to show us what they need to learn” - http://t.co/ZqB8rcxV

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Clay Shirky to higher education tech leaders: open up, collaborate, and stop over-planning. [Just do it.] - http://t.co/zghvH8cu

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For friends from away: WSJ background on Angus King, Maine’s new US senator - http://t.co/yBL80qBV

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shareski About to start a conversation about the social leader. Share one idea,or example of a social leader. Either you or someone else. #mslsummit

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Is anyone planning to Storify the tweets from today? #mslsummit

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This morning: offline notes at #mslsummit. This afternoon, diving into the Twitter stream. How does the backchannel affect the experience.

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adrossis http://t.co/SoiY9Smj The Biological Advantage of being Awestruck #mslsummit

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The Chronicle: Summary of the current generation of quantitative researchers and their predictions for Obama/Romney - http://t.co/qEpfgQDK

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#TeaLeafNation: #China #Weibo poll shows overwhelming support for end to China’s #OneChildPolicy - http://t.co/h51B2xnj

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The importance of Internet access for all, esp. in rural states. #Maine #backhaul #lastmile http://t.co/2GJRKt5W

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“Living small” is a form of civil disobedience, but also a luxurious form of freedom. The politics of tiny houses: http://t.co/FbRvuxAd

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