Monthly Archives: May 2013

Privacy/Security and Reputation management

There is an increasing emphasis on creating, using, and encouraging students and others to use online tools for all manner of teaching, learning, and connecting. For example, some instructors and advisors encourage students to use citation managers like Zotero or … Continue reading

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Collect, Collate, and Code

What strategies, tools, theories do you use to collect, collate, and code your digital data for your research projects? I have a large collection of student artifacts including journal and blog posts as well as open-ended survey responses. I am … Continue reading

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Community, collaboration, and learning in/with/through social media

I would love to discuss building/creating a sense of community in an online class. Can it be done? How? What are the essential ingredients? I believe community is essential to learning and especially learning to write, but what are the … Continue reading

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It’s Almost Time!

The clock is ticking down on the dates for THATCamp Kentucky. I have updated the “While in Lexington” page, as well as added a “Schedule” page. When you registered for THATCamp Kentucky, you received a username and access to this … Continue reading

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