Let Me Express Myself

I am going to choose to represent what I am trying to convey in some text, a couple of images, and in a video. Why three things you might ask? Well, I just don’t want to have to type all the sentences it may take to express this thought. That…

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Of Chairs and ZoomBombers

by Gavin Doyle With COVID, much of what I’ve relied on for my teaching—immediate interactions with students, a close community of supportive learners, and hands-on exercises—felt like they’d be lost.  How was I supposed to teach ACTING over a webcam, for instance? I’ve been unsuccessfully arguing with UWB for years…

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Repurposing Education: Building Academic Networks

by Sarita Shulka With the COVD-19 outbreak, so many questions have been raised about what it means to teach and learn. Our understanding of the educational ecosystem with physical classrooms, tests, school bells suddenly shifted to emergency online teaching. The uncertainty of this sudden shift has been an ever-present reality….

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Exploring New Places

This year has been an exploration of a couple of new platforms for me since we had to transition to online-only courses. Most of my courses were already using online tech pretty heavily so the transition was an opportunity to try some more extreme ideas. Like many, I had to…

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How I fell in love with Padlet

By Rebecca M Price Our faculty learning community discusses teaching and learning on the open web, and we frequently share with each other apps that facilitate learning. I’m a fan of Google docs, and I structure my classes so that students and I share collaborative documents. We frequently brainstorm in…

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Some Websites & Stuff

I have had this website since 2011 and iterations of this one since 1998. They have helped me express my work and the work of my students, my ideas, my successes and failures. They have helped me get jobs by sharing the work I have done. And, like a drawer…

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