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Category Archives: FA07
One of the things I noticed at this year’s faculty academy was number of thoughtful questions about blogging as pedagogy that came up. Here is a list of the ones I remember: * How can we catalyze the process of … Continue reading
Alan Levine’s keynote address provided a very intriguing introduction to a range of recent technologies, most of which Iâ€™d heard of but none of which I was really familiar with. His conception of the art of teaching as Mashup/remix/reinterpretation of … Continue reading
A couple of students, Joe and Shannon, attended this year’s Faculty Academy, and generally hung out with the DTLT ‘Team’ and our outside speakers. Yesterday I heard that Joe was taking a course this summer with Angela, one of the … Continue reading
Very intriguing introduction to a range of recent technologies, most of which Iâ€™d heard of but none of which Iâ€™m really familiar with. The best quote of the presentation (Thanks, Laura.) was: Alan: You canâ€™t figure this stuff out from … Continue reading
* How can we catalyze the process of blogging in our courses? Are there ways to jumpstart the process? * How can we structure the use of blogs in a course-context so that students genuinely engage with blogging? * How … Continue reading
How do we link all the FA blog posts on a given session, e.g. Barbara Ganley’s. Shouldn’t there be a way to look at all of the posts on Session 1 without scrolling thru all the posts for all the … Continue reading
Change and the 21st Century College Teacher: Deep Learning, Slow Blogging and the Tensions of Web 2.0
Steve Greenlaw Barbara Ganley’s Argument for Blogging as an Intrinsic Element in Liberal Education “Slow Blogging” – writing to learn in the blog medium. Drawing connections between things in one’s classes, things in one’s life, things in the world. Blogging … Continue reading
Steve Greenlaw Opening Session: Panel Discussion by the IT Fellows I had heard the final presentations of this year’s IT Fellows, so I was familiar with much of what the panel presented today. I’d love to hear what others think … Continue reading
Steve Greenlaw One more day until the Faculty Academy. If this post seems a little shallow, it might be because it’s a test of the FA broadcasting system. More soon!