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Jeffrey Keefer

PhD in E-Research and Technology Enhanced Learning (Educational Research) ~ Learning and Development Project Manager (Clinical Education) ~ Internet Researcher ~ Adjunct Professor @NYU & @PaceU in New York City.

Research interests cover educational research and interdisciplinarity. I focus on distance and online learning, internet research, digital identity, social learning and social media, networked and technology enhanced learning, threshold concepts and liminal experiences in higher education, teaching and program design in adult and organizational learning, communities of practice, qualitative methodologies, narrative inquiry, and actor-network theory.

My professional work is at JeffreyKeefer.com

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Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-28

Wondering why I just saw a wooly bear caterpiller walking on the snow. An omen? # Warm and rainy tonight in Gotham. Lots of fun at the Tunnels. # At the post office. The guy in front of me is wearing flip flops; he can catch mice with those long talons of his. # [...]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-27

I like the term “trainwreck.” Quite clever. BTW, listening to Amy Winehouse. # Listening to tv in the background. “You are the harbinger of death, Kara Thrace. You will lead them all to their end.” # Working on a consulting project with a tight deadline. I hardly have time to Tweet. I really need [...]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-26

Adam Lambert on American Idol is amazingly good. Far above the others tonight. # The 5th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry #QI2009 just released the preliminary program http://tinyurl.com/adw9ry # I decided not to renew my #ASTD membership. Just do not find enough value for the cost. # Got my hair cut this evening. Much [...]

The Worth of Humanities in a Postmodern World

I have been asked at times to explain my blog’s by-line:

Research and Practice in Postmodern Learning

and have found it as much as a challenge to do so as it is to define postmodernism itself (BTW, I do like Lyotard’s definition in The Postmodern Condition, “incredulity toward metanarratives”). I enjoy researching and living a [...]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-25

President Obama just said the US does not torture, and he is making that commitment tonight. Thank god some sense back in the White House. # I hope the President holds the banks accountable. After wasting the first huge amount of money on them, they still won’t give me a break. # Barack Obama [...]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-24

I have been thinking about time and age recently, and am looking for a set of petrified wood bookends. # Somebody is cutting his nails in the elevator. Just lovely. #

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Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-23

Has been snowing all day. With near record snow fall in the Catskills, global warming is a hard sell for many here. #

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Tech Clean-Up Week, Here I Come!

Post-Flu, I now face enough work to nearly make me unwell again! I am behind on email, blog posts, comments, responses, feedback, and rss feeds (again). So, time for another Clean-Up! This time, a bit more ambitious . . .

Here is my goal–by the end of this week (meaning by Friday at 5:00 pm!), [...]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2009-02-22

It is snowing so hard, it looks like a blizzard here in the Catskills. Nice to watch while sipping coffee after being sick for days. # Resting this evening with a book, Ken Follett’s World Without End. Starting to feel better. # I left work early yesterday; I was very sick. #

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Multitasking, Meet the Flu

My multitasking met its match this week, when I finally left work a bit early on Friday with a case of the flu. I could not keep anything down, had a temperature of over 100, and with weakness so quick and intense that it took me nearly 20 minutes to struggle walking the 3 blocks [...]