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Self-Neutered Lecturers (Speakers, Presenters)

With my dissertation officially complete, I have… gasp… free time to do any number of things.  Tonight, I lost myself for an hour or more in long neglected RSS Feeds and was up long past my bedtime.  Rather than reading … Continue reading

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Where’s all the assessment specialists? learning analytics? and tweets?

EdTechatouille definitely will become more of a mixed bag of educationally related commentary over the coming months.  I changed positions this past October and am no longer working day-to-day in EdTech.  I’m still at the same higher ed institution, just … Continue reading

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Facebook Meme as Online Class’ Personal Introduction Assignment?

Teaching an online class, I’m always looking for ways for students to introduce themselves in a method other than a discussion board post.  They typically don’t write anything spectacular, and after all is said and done, it is text.  I … Continue reading

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VWER: Future of Education in Virtual Worlds?

(cross posted from http://blogs.sanjac.edu/virtualworlds) I attended the Virtual Worlds in Education Roundtable (VWER) Annual “First Meeting of the Year” for 2011 this past Thursday.  I believe this is the third year the VWER’s new year has begun with a panel … Continue reading

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@Rockmelt Browser, a first impression

Rockmelt, according to their site, is “re-imagining your online experience by creating a new web browser that makes it easy to stay in touch with friends, search online, and get updates from your favorite websites.”  My explanation?  It’s a Google Chrome-based … Continue reading

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