Update your Damn Webpages!

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes I am guilty of some of this myself, but in my own defense, I have over 750 webpages in several websites, not to mention a blog, several photo galleries, and a moodle site (I am not counting my old course … Continue reading

On website passwords…..

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes Digital Domain – A Strong Password Isn’t the Strongest Security – NYTimes.com. I agree with most of this. It should be MY business to choose a good password, and IT’s business to keep their system secure if I choose a … Continue reading

Ed Tech is an Interdisciplinary Field

Approximate Reading Time: 2 minutes So why is it possible to get an Ed Tech degree by taking ONLY Education courses? It shouldn’t be. IT  (Information Technology), Education, Management, … are all APPLIED disciplines – if all you know is the one of these, you … Continue reading

More Fun with Google Docs…

Approximate Reading Time: < 1 minute If you haven’t tried Google Docs yet, maybe NOW is the time to take the plunge, ’cause it just got better. To take advantage of the new changes, make sure you set your settings to take advantage of the new … Continue reading

Fun with Google Docs (Part 2B)

Approximate Reading Time: 3 minutes First Contact: The Google Docs Tutorial Week Three of Term: Jan 25-29 Part One looked at how Goggle Docs compare to traditional word processors as utilities for creation and submission of student assignments. Part Two (this one) talks about the … Continue reading

Fun with Google Docs (Part 2A)

Approximate Reading Time: 4 minutes A Collaborative Editing Exercise Using Google Docs Part One looked at how Goggle Docs compare to traditional word processors as utilities for creation and submission of student assignments. Part Two (this one) talks about the collaborative editing exercise I did … Continue reading

Fail: How NOT to do user experience design (II)

Approximate Reading Time: 4 minutes Perhaps I should be more forgiving of people who really don’t know how to use “technology” yet. I try very hard to do that – when it is someone like my mother who’s never really had any need or use … 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