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CTE, Educational Technology, How To, Resource

Types Of Professional Development I Host – CTE Manual

At the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE), I host a myriad of trainings depending on the focus and instructional needs across campus. When approaching professional development—in addition to content—I consider factors such as time commitments and formats to best serve the needs of as many individuals as possible. This post contains such information for the […]

Canvas, CTE, Educational Technology, How To, MBS, Resource

How To Integrate Websites Into Canvas

I wanted to walkthrough one of my favorite Canvas integrations—the Redirect Tool! (Update: I’ve presented on this and curated even more Redirect Tool examples since this post.) Originally, I discovered the Redirect Tool integration and used it in one of the early professional development courses I led for faculty transitioning (from D2L) to Canvas back in […]

CTE, Educational Technology, How To, Resource, XP

Changing Domain For A WordPress Website in 3 Steps

Today, John and I moved the eXperiencePlay website from xp.keeganslw.com to experienceplay.education. I was worried this process would be cumbersome but I was pleasantly surprise when we succeeded after a few minutes of research and work. Prerequisites Before initiating the domain change process, I registered experienceplay.education on Namecheap, pointed the Name Servers at my Reclaim Hosting […]

Consultation, CTE, Educational Technology, How To, Resource

Gamifying The Writing Process With Habitica

One of the (many) side-projects that John and I have been working on is gamifying the writing process. In particular, we’re interested in gamification that seeks to reinforce and build good habits that yield efficient writing, research, and revision. This semester, the Writing Center on our campus engaged us in brainstorming the logistics, pedagogical implications, etc. […]

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Easiest API Ever

Using the “Simple API” from Unsplash, I am able to present random images ever time this page loads. Go on, refresh the page to see the Simple API in action! 🙂 The Best Part You can add this Simple API to your websites using the following HTML text: <img src=”https://source.unsplash.com/random” /> And variations of this link can […]