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Learning Opportunity

My professional life has come full circle. In July 2009, I took LTMS600 and loved every minute and every lesson learned. I created my blog after learning about blogging and seeing the potential for public reflection and connection. Since I … Continue reading

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Summer Semester

Tomorrow is the beginning and the end. My summer graduate classes start so the do-nothing relaxing summer portion of my summer is officially over. Both classes should focus on technology and design. The design portion of the classes is going … Continue reading

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HU Technology Showcase

Last night I presented at the Harrisburg University Technology Integrators Showcase. They had students from their summer clinics present their projects. I took both LTMS600 and LTMS603 – but I presented the project from Web2.0. The presentation is below. The … Continue reading

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Diigo Tagrolls

You can insert a Diigo tagroll into another site – like Moodle. I frequently include links for students to check out. But this will keep all the bookmarks together in once place, and make it easy for students to find … Continue reading

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Chats

I really enjoyed using the back channel chat during our LTMS600 graduate class. It was something exciting and new. Because we were chatting, it felt like I was getting away with something I wasn’t supposed to do. I know some … Continue reading

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Graduate Courses Ammended

After my last rant, I realized that not all graduate courses for educators are a joke. I am currently enrolled in the Masters program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. It might be new, but it has big goals. … Continue reading

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