With the book we don't have so many space constraints. A good place to start might be writing down definitions for all of the relevant concepts. Note that since writing the first two papers, we've had more exposure to critiques of "this kind of paper", notably
- Lisewski, B., and P. Joyce, Examining the Five Stage e-Moderating Model: Designed and Emergent Practice in the Learning Technology Profession, Association for Learning Technology Journal, 11 (2003), 55-66.
and it seems likely that a bigger work would take better account of the more "mature" critical reflective style used in that paper.
People keep telling us that what we're doing here is very relevant to things happening in the world today. Maybe some of what's relevant is here:
- "As Scorn for Vote Grows, Protests Surge Around Globe" http://www.nytimes.com/2011/09/28/world/as-scorn-for-vote-grows-protests-surge-around-globe.html
See Main Page.
Roadmap / Strategy
- Use http://750words.com/ and cut and paste content from there into the outline here?
- Adjust the outline as needed.
- Weekly meetings to discuss / apply.
- Keep everything here CCZero
- Note that November is "National Novel Writing Month" (see What is Nano or National Novel Writing Month on Wikipedia).
Note on "Practice"
I've decided in the "Practice" section to rewrite the (second) Paragogy paper backwards, using the same high-level outline that we used when working on that paper. The outline is something I came up with after messing around with a printout of the first paragogy paper and some mystical kabbalistic ideas (see http://hyperreal-enterprises.posterous.com/paragogy-paper). I later realized that those ideas meshed with some buddhist ideas in an interesting way (see http://gathatoulie.blogspot.com/2011/11/judeo-buddhist.html), so this produced a sort of refinement of the outline, or parallel text, to use in the essays.