A Brief History of GOBLIN Faculty Development

The idea for GOBLIN originates from over a year ago when I was thinking about faculty and staff trainings that I wanted to develop. At the time, I was looking to create professional development material around the idea: “What do games have to teach us about learning?” After finishing up development on similar projects, Mobile Blogging & … Continue reading A Brief History of GOBLIN Faculty Development

A Brief History of GOBLIN Faculty Development

The idea for GOBLIN originates from over a year ago when I was thinking about faculty and staff trainings that I wanted to develop. At the time, I was looking to create professional development material around the idea: “What do games have to teach us about learning?” After finishing up development on similar projects, Mobile Blogging & … Continue reading A Brief History of GOBLIN Faculty Development

How to Blog, Develop Curriculum, Microblog, & Discuss in 50 Minutes

Last Friday I had the pleasure to present at OU’s 5th annual Academic Technology Expo with John Stewart. Since our “presentation” was more of a hands-on workshop, titled Mobile Blogging, Scholarship, and Cultivating Student Success, we had participants blog, develop curriculum, microblog and discuss applications of mobile blogging in their classrooms. It was phenomenal, and here’s how we accomplished everything in 50 minutes: Minutes 0-10 … Continue reading How to Blog, Develop Curriculum, Microblog, & Discuss in 50 Minutes