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Halloween 2009 Renaissance Merchant Outfit

At long last, here is my outfit for the 2009 New York City / Greenwich Village Halloween Parade. I uploaded a bunch of pictures in a my Renaissance Merchant outfit to Flickr. Let’s just hope for no rain!

Networked Learning 2010 – Hot Seats Discussions

I am hoping to attend the Networked Learning 2010 conference in Denmark in May of 2010 (as long as my paper gets accepted, of course!!), and this conference is doing something different from most other conferences -- it is actively engaging potential participants, presenters, and those who are just interested in pre-conference conversations about networked…

The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers ~ Review

A few months ago I blogged about Johnny Saldana’s new text, The Coding Manual for Qualitative Researchers, and I just read a great review of it by Robin Cooper at The Weekly Qualitative Report. It may be worth a look if you face an upcoming coding project and may need an overview of Saldana’s excellent…

Bayeux Tapestry

A colleague on Twitter Tweeted about this, and I thought it was just wonderful! As I love things Medieval, I wanted to share this animated version of the Bayeux Tapestry. This is quite a clever and engaging way to show something so richly historical.

Blog Posting Rubric

I created a simple blog rubric for my online class, and am interested in some feedback on it. The assignment, as stated in my syllabus: Reflective Practice is a critical aspect of teaching and learning, and a fundamental element of teaching online involves acquiring a comfort with technology to communicate and collaborate. Online learning is…