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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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Avatar and Game Design with Clark Aldrich

After taking 2 somewhat quiet weeks (of reading, with little synchronous or even formal online participation) in the #change11 MOOC, I am glad to be able to spend a little time this week with the current area of discussion as facilitated by Clark Aldrich. While Clark will speak about Advanced Learning Strategies and Designing Sims, […]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2011-11-30

@TheDruidNetwork I suppose it can be used as a communal (and Google-able) outreach to a wider audience. in reply to TheDruidNetwork # @TheDruidNetwork Depends if you want to meet people where they are. in reply to TheDruidNetwork # @TheDruidNetwork It is suprising how Twitter can reach an entirely new and different audience than the […]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2011-11-29

@LizDobsonUoH After 14 hours of work, just feel happy for persistence, if nothing else. It is good for the rest of us to see. #phdchat in reply to LizDobsonUoH # @ai1sa Nice work. #phdchat in reply to ai1sa # @klbz Excellent! #justshootme #phdchat in reply to klbz # @coltsfrenzy I am not sure if […]

Correlation Does Not Imply Causation & ANT

If this does not support an actor-network theory approach to organizational politics (or the challenges associated with applying quantitative methods to social behaviors), then the black boxes we create to compartmentalize and explain behaviors needs a swift review!

 

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2011-11-28

Took a wall from one end of the High Line park to the other. Amazing view over what will become Hudson Yards. #nyc # @Notaphdthesis @GBDataStream Quite interesting; have not seen this done before. in reply to Notaphdthesis # @betsyweber I so wish I could right now; so much to see in London, just […]