Well life and work commitments have gotten in the way again. I donâ€™t think that I will get around to posting the balance of my session summaries for the 2006 … Continue reading
With all of the new and emerging technology available for consideration as tools to integrate into learning environments, review and assessment has become a rather daunting task. The two presenters in this session walked the audience through a three-stage process that they use at there Institution for evaluating e-learning project proposals.
As the old saying goes – the road to hell is paved with good intentions – and I had every intention of posting summaries for all of the sessions I … Continue reading
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching Knowledge Media Laboratory has developed a couple of products that they believe will assist faculty in addressing the three items noted above.
Homero Lopez, President, Estrella Mountain Community College Estrella Mountain Community College was recently charged with creating new classrooms for its students and faculty. They viewed this challenge as an opportunity … Continue reading
Mr. Cerf’s very engaging presentation discussed the current state of technology, network security issues, information management, and the self-service nature of web users and their impact on marketing strategies. He concluded his presentation with a challenge to educational entities.
I don’t often talk about vendor presentations on this blog, but I spoke to two at Educause that provide tools that I think could be very helpful. DyKnow Vision Package … Continue reading
Presenters: JoAnn Gonzalez-Major & Phyllis Blumberg, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia In this workshop the presenters introduced the participants to a 3-part self-assessment tool: Rubrics – help to identify … Continue reading