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CTE, EdTech, InfoLit, Projects, Resource

Info Literacy Learning Community – Week 2 Newsletter

I’ve converted the curriculum for the second week of this info literacy learning community covering web literacy into this newsletter. This post is divided into three sections that you can review and study at your leisure this week. Background Web literacy is often the most valuable skill when recognizing fake news. Since most of fake news is easily propagated across […]

Family, Reflections

(Finally) Finishing That Post

I just published a blog post that was started back in June 2016. Originally I was writing a long, detailed guide about how to integrate websites into Canvas after I’d used this tool in a training course I facilitated back in May 2016. But my writing during the summer stopped when I attended a conference and my […]

Politics, Reflections

Why I March

“Wake up America!  Wake up!”  For we cannot stop, and we will not and cannot be patient. – John Lewis, 28 August 1963 It’s been a day of reading, reflecting, writing, and vlogging: Women’s March Oklahoma – Photo Story Women’s March Oklahoma – Video Story

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 […]