Category Archives: Communication

Goals and Intentions for 2014

New Year’s is a great time to consider . . . time, and how well we live our lives while we have it. As a did in 2013, I developed some goals and intentions for the upcoming year. I moved … Continue reading

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Quick, in 140 Characters, What Is #myResearch?

There have been a variety of memes over the years to summarize one’s own research, perhaps in 100 words or in haiku, though the newest meme for this seems to be started by Raul Pacheco-Vega here and here and here. … Continue reading

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Goals & Resolutions for 2012

I have been thinking about what New Year’s Resolutions I should grab onto for this year, with an eye toward how easy it is to have so many I readily forget, propose unreachable ones that defeat me before I begin, … Continue reading

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Open Content: Considerations and Thoughts in #change11

This week found our #change11 MOOC focusing on open content with David Wiley. Not familiar with David’s work prior to the first synchronous discussion of the week (the recording is here), I had only a cursory understanding of open content, after which … Continue reading

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Hey, Tweets can be a challenge to find later, so I want to archive (so to speak) my own little burst of creativity (or what passes for me as creativity)–Twitterburst. #twitterburst, for those of you purists who must have the … Continue reading

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