Who’s Dave?

With 25 years of experience as teacher, researcher and author, Dave is interested in how technologies change what it means to learn and to have learned. He is currently a learning specialist for digital strategy and special projects at the Office of Open Learning at the University of Windsor in Ontario Canada.

His new book, ‘Learning in a time of Abundance: the community is the curriculum‘ is available @ Johns Hopkins University Press and other online retailers.

60 thoughts on “Who’s Dave?”

  1. Hi Dave,
    It’s nice to meet you, I’m Shani. I stumbled upon your blog while researching rhizomatic network structures. Your thoughtfulness around teaching and cultivating the right environment for learners to pursue their own paths is particularly inspiring. If you have time for a 30-minute call in the coming weeks, I would love to hear more about your experiences and your thoughts on rhizomatic learning.



  2. Hi, Dave!
    Hope you’re well! I’m Huma, a reporter with the Toronto Observer. I find it intriguing that you’re so open to incorporating ChatGPT into your classroom. If you are available in the coming week, I’d love to briefly interview you about your plans to utilize ChatGPT. Your insights will be very valuable to my research on the topic. If you are interested, please let me know when you are available. If you are unavailable, let me know if you know anyone who would be interested in this opportunity. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
    Thank you!

  3. Dave,

    I’m unsure if Lorraine Mockford tried to contact you or not about the VWBPE conference happening in March. LV passed away last Friday and I’m following up with the contacts she had indicated may be interested in being a keynote at this year’s conference. The conference is from March 14-16.

    Could you please give me a shout back and let me know?

    Kevin Feenan
    Executive Director VWBPE
    613 276 1911

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