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CTE, EdTech, InfoLit, Projects, Resource

Invitation To Information Literacy Learning Community

You’re invited to study fake news, data privacy, social media, and more over the next five weeks. Our curriculum is serving two groups of people. There are cohorts of faculty, staff, and students, meeting on OU campus to engage with these topics face-to-face. Additionally, there’s an online cohort studying in an asynchronous, self-directed manner. You’re […]

Canvas, Conference, CTE, Domains, EdTech, Reflections

From Within The Belly Of The Beast – Domains Inside The LMS?

Life has accelerated astronomically since my first #domains17 post, so I haven’t finished the other writing I was working on since I’m now headed to Australia for a short-term job. Fun fact, my domain actually helped me secure that job. ūüôā Anyways, here’s the rundown of my #domains17 presentation (PS thank Jim Groom for the […]

Canvas, CTE, EdTech, How To, MBS, Resource

How To Integrate Websites Into Canvas

I wanted to walkthrough one of my favorite Canvas integrations‚ÄĒthe 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 […]

Conference, CTE, Domains, EdTech, Presentation

Domains17 Conference Proposals

I’m already anticipating the #Domains17 conference¬†slated for¬†June 5-6th this summer. Much of my excitement is a direct result of¬†the folks who will attend this conference as #Domains17 will be bring together many of the minds focused on Domain of One’s Own (DoOO) projects and beyond. Individuals like Martha Burtis (headlining!), Jim Groom, Tim Owens, Adam […]

Canvas, CTE, EdTech, Resource, Trainings

Our Most Important Canvas Training

Last¬†week was the 19th Canvas Camp hosted at the University of Oklahoma. Looking back on its evolution from¬†May 2016 to today,¬†the dozens of courses developed by participating¬†instructors, and the feedback I’ve received, Canvas Camp is an ongoing success. Background Canvas Camp is intended to teach instructors¬†how to use Canvas while they are producing their first […]

Canvas, CTE, EdTech, MBS, Trainings

Canvas Training Roundup

These last few weeks have been intense work-wise. I’ve been developing and hosting multiple Canvas courses for instructors at the University of Oklahoma. This has been especially nerve-racking because I am¬†(also) learning how to effectively use the tool I am teaching. Fortunately, at the end of the week I will participate in official training from […]

CTE, EdTech, Trainings, Workshop

iPadpaloozaOU Proposal

I am looking forward to¬†iPadpaloozaOU¬†this fall! iPadpaloozaOU is a local conference¬†being¬†cohosted by the Gaylord College of Journalism and the Jeannine Rainbolt College of Education at the University of Oklahoma¬†and¬†is being organized by my friend and colleague, Anne Beck. What sets this conference apart for me is that it seeks to engage both pre-service teachers and […]