Monthly Archives: August 2011

Grading Rubric for Twitter-Based Assignments

Twitter has been a popular venue for assignments and activities with several instructors over the past few years. Since it is still relatively new, however, many faculty are still wondering what to do with it — not just in terms … Continue reading

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Recording presentations with video in social media

Present.me is a new social media service for sharing presentations. Users can upload their slides, record a webcam presentation, and create a video that combines the slides with the presentation in real time. The idea of sharing PowerPoint presentations via … Continue reading

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How to schedule future blog posts to be published in WordPress

This is a trick I just stumbled across as I was editing an older blog post: You can schedule WordPress to publish your posts in the future for a timed release, as opposed to publishing them immediately or saving a … Continue reading

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Book Release: Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships

Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships is a new anthology of research and case studies about eLearning and teaching with technology, especially emphasizing technology-assisted collaboration in education. Online learning is becoming more and more prevalent as institutions look for … Continue reading

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