Monthly Archives: November 2010

Adapting my class to non-visual learners — are podcasts the answer?

I learned the hard way that handouts are useless for participants who don’t read English very well… Continue reading

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World of Which Craft?

Meet Mata Darkward, klutzy, dorky Second Life avatar of a klutzy, dorky, real person – me. Mata can’t fly without landing with a face plant, she can’t change her appearance, and she can barely walk… Is there no hope for … Continue reading

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Open course, source and resource

Wow – I can’t believe our class has finished Week 11! After reading many articles about open course ware, source ware and share ware (because, of course, you can’t read just one), I’m ware-n out. I also “acted” as my … Continue reading

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iPads, iWonder?

Is the trade-off of saving paper and trees the dumping of out-dated iPads and other iTechnologies into landfills? Continue reading

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Podcasting is cool!

I really enjoyed this week’s IM554 lesson on podcasting, vodcasting and podcatching! Not only did I learn a lot about podcasting, but I also learned about many different subjects as I went from one podcast to another. I now want … Continue reading

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