Educational Technology

Conference, CTE, Domains, Educational Technology, Reflections

Inspiring More DoOO Power Users – A #Domains17 Perspective

The very last conversation I had before departing #Domains17 was with Brian Lamb. We exchanged sentiments about how it’s more difficult to publish blog posts about our best experiences since we want to adequately represent our thoughts. This hesitation leads posts to the “eternal draft graveyard.” So thank you Brian, because after reflecting on our […]

CTE, Educational Technology, Reflections

Website Spring Cleaning

Yesterday I changed from my original WordPress theme, Twenty Fifteen, to Cover. So far I’m liking the minimal design of Cover and how the blog roll page presents post excerpts rather than the full text of each blog post. In addition to this visual overhaul, I’m sifting through my old blog post drafts and deleting […]

Conference, CTE, Educational Technology, Reflections

What Was Absent From #OLCInnovate?

Now that I’ve journaled my experiences at #OLCInnovate¬†I wanted to dive deeper into a couple things I feel were¬†missing (to the extent I’d like to see) from #OLCInnovate. Bring Students to #OLCInnovate Since the conversations at #OpenEd16, especially surrounding the presentation that Adam Croom facilitated and involved student voices, I’ve seen more focus on including¬†students […]

Canvas, CTE, Educational Technology, Trainings, Workshop

PAINTing the Canvas

March¬†has been filled with GOBLINs (traditional and #netnarr surprises), preparing for #OLCInnovate,¬†#Domains17,¬†and planning a new training program called PAINT Canvas. For the last year that I’ve facilitated¬†Canvas training, much of my energy has been spent on-boarding instructors into the new Canvas software while helping them think through how this¬†impacts their course design. Canvas Camp is […]

Canvas, CTE, Educational Technology, Resource, Workshop

Web Annotation With Hypothes.is In Canvas Training Session

This post is being used to document and distribute materials associated with a training I’m giving at the University of Oklahoma, which covers collaborative web annotation as a tool for engaging students. “Writing in the margins” of books and journal articles (or any other texts) in collaboration with others is one way instructors seek to¬†enhance […]