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I can’t get enough of Coursera. I’m a lifelong learner. I have to be – my profession (librarianship) has been in a constant process of reinventing itself for my entire professional career. Almost every week I have a panic attack … Continue reading
Karrie with one of my new heroes. Michael Wesch, Associate Professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University. –ancil
What’s about to happen on this blog? Messages from Ancil George and Karrie Peterson about sessions they attend at ELI 2012!