Monthly Archives: November 2010

Wrapping up the semester with distance learning

This week and next, I’m wrapping up the semester. Think I’ll use festive beaded ribbon. To wrap up my work as a teaching assistant this semester, I will be adapting two of my Professor’s ENG 272 (Technical Communication) units to … Continue reading

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Reusable educational objects

Reusable educational objects: they work like a puzzle. They are usually stored in online libraries. They are widely available, usually for free or a small fee. They are an intriguing way to glue an online course together with a wide … Continue reading

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Why I feel much more sane now

To-do list (representative of every week of this semester):                   Current to-do list:                   I know, I know…it’s a paper to-do list. How old-fashioned. … Continue reading

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