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In June 2004, Michael and I prepared a paper and presentation for the Symposium on Colleges, Code, and Copyright held at the University of Maryland University College. Our paper is now available in an ACRL publication, and we will have some copies to distribute. In addition, I just discovered that there is an audio file of the conference presentation available online. The presentation is the first one in the sessi...
Ulises Mejias, a doctoral student in the CCTE program, is offering an interesting-sounding course this Fall at TC on Social Software . For more info, check out his blog.
Join CCTE students and faculty, the EGGPLANT Games Lab, and EdLab @ the Gottesman Libraries for: A JUG OF WINE, A LOAF OF BREAD, AND HALO FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th at 6:30 pm The Gottesman Libraries, 5th Floor We will be using the recent generous donation of XBoxes from Microsoft to have a networked game of HALO on the projector screens. No Halo experience necessary -- it is an easy game for scaffolding newcomers. And feel free to come, watch, and have wine and cheese.
Hi Everyone, Attached please find the note that Hui Soo summed up (with some small modifications from Lin) of today's EdLab Seminar session on “how to support teaching through online tutorials/educational programs.â€? The session was very informative to me. The solutions from both small groups confirmed me of my own belief in creating an active online community of teachers/practitioners, in addition to providing resources, cases, quick tutorials for beginners, good and bad practice examples for professors/instructors about teaching. The results were not what I had intended, which was...
The National Governors Association website has posted both a video file and an audio file featuring Tom Friedman's presentation on his new book The World is Flat. This seems like an edLab must read or at least must listen.
Thursday, June 23, 7:30, Chelsea, Eavesdrop - Loose Talk at Eyebeam. I heard about this event on WNYC- they sound interesting- they talk about the importance of their Ateiler model. Here is info on their organization. I think I'll be going if anyone wishes to join me.