30 or so eLearning Tools, and a few lists.

Approximate Reading Time: 7 minutes From time to time I come across a number of useful resources, and rather than bookmark them (never to be found again), I am putting them in my blog so I can search for them. This is one of those … Continue reading

Deconstruction and Takeaways (games)

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes 5 Lessons Professors Can Learn From Video Games – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education Nice article. via 5 Lessons Professors Can Learn From Video Games – Technology – The Chronicle of Higher Education. The author suggests we might … Continue reading

Fun with Google Docs (Part 1)

Approximate Reading Time: 4 minutes OK, this is just too much fun. It also has the potential to shift how we work together in some interesting and fundamental ways. This is the first of a multi-part post outlining my experiences with Google Docs in the … Continue reading

Rant About Conference Websites

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes I seem to be on a bit of a Rant-kick today. Perhaps it is partly because I am now finished my dissertation and have successfully defended it. I don’t feel the same need to placate. Many of the conferences I … Continue reading

Rant about faculty webpages.

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes KEEP THEM CURRENT!!!! Sheesh. How can someone claim to be “with it” technologically when their webpages were last updated a YEAR ago? These are modern times. And your webpage is your public face. Do it right. First, if you are … Continue reading

What is needed for an online university to become a world leader? (part 1)

Approximate Reading Time: 6 minutes I was asked this question yesterday. I may be paraphrasing, but this was the essence of it. It was a good question. I was among a group of peers, but I was also in a position where I didn’t want … Continue reading