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From Adam Croom, the Director of Technology at the Center for Teaching Excellence at the University of Oklahoma. Adam is one of the architects of a movement known as Domain of One’s Own, a movement that looks at the potential of teaching and learning when all members of the ecosystem have ownership of the space in which they work. This essay comes directly from a talk he gave last week at #dLRN15, an educational technology conference interested in going beyond technology as a tool and looking at social, cultural, historical and justice issues.

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