I’m working through this course so I can see how a student works through the course. I’m not sure how to make this work better on my iPhone. I’m not sure about how different platforms integrate (or not). But I have learned some basics. It’s like walking around a new city. I see a few … Continue reading Learning
I wrote this last week, but I’m writing again because the post is not available. Libraries rock at OU. It’s more than just holdings. It’s about ambience and comfort. The law library is the best, with comfortable chairs and quiet (except for during remodeling).
In terms of blogging in the classroom, I see a lot of application of connectivism. When you have a group of students come together with their own knowledge and expertise, it would be awesome to utilize these strengths in our courses. In other words, give students the opportunity to vlog (video blog) rather than write … Continue reading Connectivism & Blogging
While serving as a lecturer in Native American Studies and studying as an LL.M. student at the College of Law, I have had the opportunity to be reminded what wonderful libraries we have at OU. Of course, we have plenty of books and other holdings, and then we have robust search engines online. Let’s not … Continue reading Libraries rock at OU
A few weeks, I was invited to participate in a software beta test conducted by OU Libraries. The software is Leganto. This new software allows me to quickly search and locate reading material for use in my courses. In the past, I compiled a reading list and taught my students to search for readings using … Continue reading Leganto
Honestly, the most valuable tool to me in 2016 thus far has been the software WordPress. I have been using it to publish content and engage with other academics from OU and at other institutions. Also, having access to WordPress through OU Create has been phenomenal for learning more about how the web works. I want to continue … Continue reading WordPress on Campus
This is a derivative of the original Mobile Blogging & Scholarship website. Specifically, this is a group blog for participants of the Canvas Mini Course: Mobile Blogging & Scholarship. Mobile Blogging & Scholarship (MBS) is about teaching the nature of blogging from a mobile device. Starting with tablet fundamentals and progressing through blogging elements including text, media, and graphics, participants … Continue reading About