Monthly Archives: March 2009

Guidelines for Blogging at Conferences?

The following is a slightly altered version of a post I made on the AEA Technology Forum.  The original post was a reply in a thread about whether AEA should consider writing guidelines for bloggers at the AEA conference, and … Continue reading

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The 100th Post Anniversary Extravaganza

Image by Chris Gin via Flickr On March 16, 2008, I clicked “Publish” for the first time and declared myself “(No Longer) Alone in a Library”.  Though my posts make no reference to it, a year ago, I was just … Continue reading

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Questions from the court

Image by laffy4k via Flickr In November, I was drafted into the service of my congregation’s youth program.  In January we discovered that there would be a regional basketball tournament in March. As the only woman among us who had … Continue reading

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Contributing to the Creative Commons

Image via Wikipedia I became a heavy user of  images with creative commons licenses when I first started posting content for my students on the web.  At some point, my heavy usage led to feelings of shame.  I realized that … Continue reading

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The Robblogger

At some point when we were dating, my husband sent me a link to his blog.  I had never read a blog before, so I was a little worried that the blog was a red flag that I was dating … Continue reading

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2009 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference in Charleston–March 5

Thursday was my second day at the the 2009 SITE conference.  I attended the last part of Lisa Hervey’s presentation, “Lost and Found in Translation: A TPCK View of Mid-Career Teacher Beliefs and Practice.”  I regretted arriving late!  Hervey’s study … Continue reading

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2009 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education Conference in Charleston–March 4

Image via Wikipedia I ended up attending the 2009 SITE conference in Charleston almost on a whim.  I didn’t propose a presentation, but my good friend Andrea did:  “Online Social Networking Used to Enhance Face-to-Face and Online Pre-Service Teachers Education”.  … Continue reading

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