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Monthly Archives: September 2008
Yes, I realize this is near the end of week 3 of the connectivism course, but I’ve fallen a little behind. Still, I want to make an effort to keep up with the course and its assignments and activities, so … Continue reading
The Google Apps bus came to Charlottesville yesterday and I was there! For more information about the Appy Trail, you can go to the official site.
The Art of Focused Conversation for Schools describes a questioning method for facilitating classroom (or faculty meeting) discussions. I found the book pretty light-weight. It only takes a few pages to describe the method, which revolves around four levels of … Continue reading
Image via CrunchBase, source unknown Jude Higdon in an article entitled “Teaching, Learning, and Other Uses for Wikis in Academia” defined wikis as websites that are “fully editable from a Web browser.” Higdon intentionally omits any mention of multiple authors … Continue reading
David Wiley suggested that my New Media classmates and I try improving a Wikipedia article. At first I couldn’t think of a topic that I wanted to write about that would be appropriate for an entry in an encyclopedia (I … Continue reading