Notes

Anatomy of an ed-tech workshop

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Stop! Ed-Tech Workshop
(Possible nerd-rap lyrics?)

Back in late May, I made my first trip back to EMU’s campus in Harrisonburg, Virginia, since moving last fall to “the cornfields of Iowa,” as my boss Jack Rutt likes to say. It was a short trip, just three days on campus, but on Friday the 24th I facilitated a workshop primarily geared toward… Read more »

Pedagogy tweet-chat, Feb. 1

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Just yesterday I discovered the site Hybrid Pedagogy (@HybridPed) – “a digital journal of teaching and learning” – and I’m already hooked. As I was starting to explore their site, I found out that they were hosting a live chat on Twitter over my lunch hour, under the hashtag #digpded. Using Hootsuite - my social media dashboard… Read more »

Notes from the Teaching, Learning, and Technology conference at JMU

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Keynote speaker, Jim Groom of Mary Washington, showed us his exploded open class - #ds106

[Editor’s note: It’s been far too long since I’ve posted here, and I need to address that with something more substantive than a mere copy/paste of my notes from this awesome conference today at neighboring James Madison University. But until then…] I hopped on my bike this morning wearing flip-flops, which quickly ended up being… Read more »