Monthly Archives: February 2012

On How Not to be Foxhog College

Let’s try a thought-experiment. Imagine a college which goes well beyond St. John’s College, Hampshire or the College of the Atlantic in the experimental premise of its design. Call it Vulpine College. It has a faculty of 100, a student … Continue reading

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UnConference or MutateConference?

This morning I was drawn to a post by Mitch Joel claiming that the “unconference movement” is dead. I hadn’t encountered Joel’s blog before, so I hope I’m not reading this piece out of the context of his usual commentary. … Continue reading

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