I have to say that my current job, from which I retire soon, is only sporadically rewarding. Far too few are the conversations with faculty about translating a face-to-face course for an online presentation, or about how to use specific… Read More ›
The Chronicle of Higher Education‘s recent blog post on the soon-to-be publishing platform Anvil has me wondering about the future of digital publishing, and it had me asking some questions in the comments section, as well. The article’s description of… Read More ›
Introverts are talking about themselves recently and I’m wondering how our knowledge about introverts should affect educational and working practices to accommodate the thinking environment that works best for them. Here’s Susan Cain and her popular talk on “The Power… Read More ›
The Chronicle, “Research-Assignment Handouts Give Students Meager Guidance, Survey Finds,” reviews the results of the latest survey from Project Information Literacy, finding that we are handing out assignments to create research without enough information to accomplish it. Here’s a case… Read More ›
Download, print, or view the flyer of our summer workshops. Scribd is a pretty cool tool for sharing documents in their original formatting.
If you’re not at a picnic this weekend, read up on the history of Labor Day and think about the role of technology in all our work. Watch the 6 videos on the site, too.