Monthly Archives: February 2012
I came across this great blog post from Jane Friedman, professor of media and writing at the University of Cincinnati. She provides some great insight into writing for an online audience. It is presumed that only 20% of what is
This is a list of 21 things that might not be around in 2020 (via Monte Garrett – @montegarrett). While none of us knows for certain what the future holds we do need to change our methodologies and tools to
Here is a link to an article on using Twitter in the classroom (thanks to Curly Cox – @CurlyCox). Very helpful for those who are new to Twitter and a bit apprehensive of using it in the classroom. Also, view
Our second faculty technology best-of meeting will be tomorrow, February 21st, at 3p. For this meeting let’s meet in the Art building. I will be demonstrating video capture, edit, and upload so a screen and projector will be helpful.
This is not technology related, per se, but an interesting read. Harvard prof discusses innovative teaching techniques.
Here is a brief video of the WordPress app for iPad. It functions like your email program. Very user friendly, fits well into your workflow, and will most likely increase your posting consistency, as it has done mine.
Google+ has a number of features that are missing from social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Having the ability to categorize your followings into circles and follow more specific streams, though Facebook has a similar feature, make this a