Source: Urban Dictionary
This website shares some of what Judi Harris is grokking. As such, it will change over time.
"'Grok' was introduced in Robert A. Heinlein's 1961 science fiction novel Stranger in a Strange Land. The book's main character, Valentine Michael Smith, is a Martian-raised human who comes to earth as an adult, bringing with him words from his native tongue and a unique perspective on the strange, strange ways of earthlings. "Grok" was quickly adopted by the youth culture of America and has since peppered the vernacular of those who grok it, from the hippies of the '60s to the computerniks of the '90s."
Open Educational Resources (OERs) and some selected library materials about nonpositivistic research design and methods
OER release of Virtual Architecture: Designing and Directing Curriculum-Based Telecomputing
(Being renovated; please excuse the mess.)
(More that Judi is grokking...coming soon!)