Out of Context Drafts

Adam Croom published a collection of sentences or key takeaways from conversations that were part of blogposts he never posted. It’s a really interesting concept and I encourage you to check it out, as it’s really interesting to only get the snippet. It is a bit like walking down the street while he is chatting…

By JR March 19, 2019 0

Unfair at Any Speed?

I came across this article via Laura Gibbs on twitter yesterday and the quote caught me a bit off guard, really glad to see this article in Inside Higher Ed: Unfair at Any Speedhttps://t.co/JATMdFKLS6 quote “Our current Taylor/Thorndike industrial, palletized, time-based, one-speed-fits-all model is unfair for any speed of learner.” pic.twitter.com/nftF2RN32a — Laura Gibbs (@OnlineCrsLady)…

By JR March 14, 2019 0

Thing 17 – Geo-location Tools

Go to Geocaching.com to learn more and try the app. See if you can locate a geocache in your area and share your adventure on your blog. OR Explore one of the other apps created at The University of Edinburgh and write about this on your blog. OR Share on your blog another geolocation app that…

By JR March 8, 2019 0

Thing 16 – OneNote and ClassNotebook

Try using OneNote on your pc/laptop/device. Create a new Notebook, add some sections, pages, and try out the features. Use the Interactive Guidance Videos to learn your way around the platform. Write a short blog post detailing your use of OneNote and how this may/may not be of benefit to you. This Thing got me…

By JR February 19, 2019 0