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CTE, Domains, EdTech, How To, Projects

Securing Websites & Saving Space With Static HTML

A couple weeks ago, I completed a couple web maintenance projects I’ve been meaning to tackle. HTTPS FTW I (finally) secured many of my DoOO websites using this guide from Reclaim Hosting (thanks Tim!). Now keeganslw.com, GOBLIN, eXperiencePlay, etc. will automatically serve encrypted https:// links instead of http://. I’m really EXCITED about completing this project as Google […]

CTE, EdTech, Reflections

OLC Innovate: Reflections on Virtually Attending

Recently, I had the pleasure to attend OLC Innovate. Well, not in the traditional sense. Rather, I participated through the available digital mediums at the conference. Twitter was a large portion of my engagement, but I also joined a couple conference sessions hosted by Virtually Connecting and even remotely played games with several attendees. All in all, I connected with […]

CTE, EdTech, Reflections

OLC Innovate: Open Twitter Data

During OLC Innovate, I setup TAGS Explorer to collect all the tweets containing #OLCInnovate. Originally, I was only interested in the various hashtags used at this conference. Overtime, my interests quickly evolved as others started engaging with the dataset. Now I want to give others the opportunity to play with and analyze the tweets from OLC Innovate. Access the Data! […]

CTE, EdTech

Testing Embedded Surveys

Qualtrics Google Forms Explanation Just exploring functional and visual differences between embedding Qualtrics and Google Form surveys on a WordPress website. As a reference, I used this site to make sure I had the right HTML iFrame for the Qualtrics form. Additionally, the “<p style=”text-align: center;”></p>” portion of the HTML is not necessary for each […]

CTE, EdTech, Presentation

Technology Enabled Learning – GTA Seminar

Tuesday, I had the opportunity to lead a seminar at the Graduate Teaching Academy (GTA), which is a program hosted by CTE that “seeks to promote and maintain a standard of teaching excellence amongst graduate students at the University of Oklahoma.” This seminar started with everyone brainstorming their favorite classroom activities as Paper Tweets. Together, we generated a […]

CLMOOC, CTE, EdTech, MBS, Projects, Trainings, Updates

What’s In Store for Spring 2016?

I am really looking forward to the trainings and presentations for the upcoming semester. In particular, I am excited about hosting GOBLIN for the first time (more details below). In addition to GOBLIN, here’s a list of trainings I am offering this semester through CTE (descriptions, schedules, and sign-up links provided where available): Mobile Blogging & Scholarship […]