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It’s all about content…

I posted my most recent project, a WebQuest, at http://www.withaq.net/e-portfolio/webquest/index.html. It is entitled "Sending Work Overseas: The Outsourcing Debate in Apparel Manufacturing." Yeah pretty heady I know. I love working as instructional designer primarily because I get to learn about so many things just by exposure. Working at FIDM, I have been exposed to an […]

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Disruptive Teaching and Learning

I am usually not one to ruminate on and on about information I get at work. Many schools are run like a business, and being on the IT side of things, you get exposed to a lot of the business-y cross-talk and things that don’t necessarily relate to the world of education on the surface. […]

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Cool iWeb themes

Hi everyone…this is for the course’s iWeb fans. Apple has released new iWeb themes for it’s popular blogging, web-site building, kitchen sink 2.0 tool. Read more at TUAW.

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Awesomest Wiki-book ever: a “how to 2.0”

Just a quickie post to rebroadcast a link floating around recently: Web 2.0 and Emerging Learning Technologies from Curtis Bonk, one of the lead collaborators along with many students around the world.  (Really, who authors anything in a vacuum anymore?)  Anyway, I saw him speak at Educause a few years back and he was great.

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Updates and stuff

So I recently finished up my most recent course “Issues & Developments in Educational Psychology: Learning and Classroom Management” and it kicked my ass. I was sort of waiting for this opportunity though as I had originally intended on going to get an M.Ed. in order to get more into the “educational” aspect of my […]

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Scavenger hunts and connectivism

At the Questionmark User’s Conference here in San Antonio. Having some good ed-tech related fun down here. This one is a smaller conference, and I like those as opposed to the biggie ones since you actually get a chance to meet and network with people. Had some good times last night during scavenger hunt where […]

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I has a horn, gonna toot it

On our recent project to deploy Sakai at FIDM, I am presenting in biweekly seminars on sharing “Experiences Migrating from an Existing CMS to Sakai” through March. Dave Melone Will Share Experiences Migrating from an Existing CMS to Sakai CampusEAI Consortium Launches eLearning Solutions iSeminars on Hosted Sakai Implementation Lessons Learned More press releases: FIDM/The […]

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Happy Holidays…cleaning out the closet

And so once again the holidays are upon us. 2007 has been a stressful in both our work and personal lives. Dear friends of ours are moving away, we have met up with new old friends this year, and have been adjusting to life back in the land of the living.

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Best. powerpoint. ever.

With my recent glut of presentation-giving, I thought reposting this here would be a great idea. Found it on lifehacker | View | Upload your own

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Twiterring by myself

Yes it sounds dirty… I read this article this morning in the Wall Street Journal, which is odd…primarily because it was the Wall Street Journal, and decidedly paper-based. But anyhow, the author was writing about Facebook, social networking and all that jazz. I learned a few things:

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