I'M WATCHING @GOHAROSEN take me down the path of graphology and that process allows me to apply yet another scientific method to teaching and learning.
In the background, during the 10,000 words of research, Gosia is sharing her insights with me every week. And I'm trying to facilitate a peer review of her fourth year project by sharing our tabletop conversations in my YouTube channel and as part of my Edtech musings on Spreaker.
And there's something new--it's the LIT cloud service with Panopto. Once a fortnight, Gosia and I plan to create content inside the Panopto app. That means we can record and share directly from our mobile devices. That alone is a major breakthrough in my creative media workflow. You can see the first example of the Panopto process by viewing the clip in the iframe below.
It's somewhat amazing to me to know that Gosia's work starts with Old Skool writing shared on Instagram and refined through edits on her iPad. Then we use our personal devices to offer a glimpse inside the current state of her research, sharing the result across syndicated networks such as iTunes, YouTube and age-old RSS feeds.
Previously on InsideView:
"Decline of Penmanship", February 23, 2009.