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    Into the Twittersphere

    This has been a serious Tweet week so far. Serious in that we have been asked to set up a series of Twitter hashtags and follow them over the course of the remainder of class this summer. I’ve followed hashtags at conferences, but this will be the first time I attempt to follow several hashtags that aren’t […]

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    Chats, Webinars and Professional Connections

    For the past two weeks I’ve been participating in Twitter chats and webinars with a variety of education professionals. It’s been the first time I’ve intentionally decided to participate and I don’t think it would have happened if I hadn’t taken the Edtech 543 course and been expected to move from the role of listener […]

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    Digital FootPrints – Not The Person You Think I Am

    I have to laugh every time I try to Google myself. I happen to share a name with a very popular punk rocker from Florida. Her online presence dominates the first page ranking (FPR) of Google and it’s easy to see why. Her video and audio content is delivered on a wide variety of sharing […]

  • Elements of Educational Technology

    I found this assignment kept coming back to what each of the definition’s elements mean to me personally – very much related to what I do every day as an instructional designer, but slightly different if I put on my hats as an online teacher or as an instructional strategist. It also confirmed my belief […]

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    A Personal Image Challenge

    One of the tasks in EDTECH 506 is to create a personal image using whatever digital software we wanted to experiment with. Since I didn’t take that class, I was curious as to what I would come up with IF I had. There are some cool 3D features in the newer version of Photoshop, so […]

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    Got An Example of That? Teaching & Learning with Social Media

    I’ve been spending some significant time this week searching out examples of use of social media and networking tools in higher education. My curated content is available here on Scoop.it! http://www.scoop.it/t/teaching-with-social-media-case-studies I have to say that it is harder than it should be to find detailed examples of how a professor designed assignments or whole […]