Monthly Archives: May 2014

Rev Up Your Writing with Our Blogging U. Challenge

Originally posted on The WordPress.com Blog:
Lots of us start blogs with the intention of writing regularly, but quickly find ourselves struggling to sit down at the keyboard. Cultivating a consistent writing habit isn’t as easy as starting a blog…

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10 Tools To Engage Students In Academic Discussion Forums … Digital Citizenship Series

Originally posted on 21 st Century Educational Technology and Learning:
Last month I began a series on Digital Citizenship.  I wish to continue this line of thought with some posts on the Academic Discussion Forum. In this series you will find…

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Bibliography for Faculty Readiness, Competencies, and Levels of Experience https://docs.google.com/document/d/18jMq2SsWHgWFxLFkSdpUTx3IFhGTV5bun5PZD6OGT_A/export?format=docx&id=18jMq2SsWHgWFxLFkSdpUTx3IFhGTV5bun5PZD6OGT_A&token=AC4w5VjkyT7q0yBhLv9nC-357QlzL7SRQQ%3A1400587508780

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Introduction to Statistics in Education for Mere Mortals — Dr. Lloyd Rieber, UGA

Dr. Rieber’s introduction to his MOOC is used as a model for my opening video, Social Media: Communication Tools for Educators.

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