Month: February 2017

Why Twitter Chat?

Why Twitter Chat?

WHAT ARE TWITTER CHATS? Twitter chats are one of the best ways for educators to connect with other educators, exchange and debate ideas, ask for help and provide assistance, find new resources and take action. You meet at a set ‘meeting time’ to engage in conversations […]

Digital Citizenship Letter To Colgate Freshmen

Digital Citizenship Letter To Colgate Freshmen

disclaimer: not an actual letter – an EDT-520 project Dear Incoming Freshman, Welcome to Colgate University. This letter is designed to help you navigate the technology resources available on campus and to understand the ways we support all students to become strong digital citizens as […]

Evaluation Rubric for Educational Technology Apps/Tools

Evaluation Rubric for Educational Technology Apps/Tools

A tool I created to use when evaluating new apps/tools for use in the classroom:

Do Faculty use iPads for Academic Teaching?

Do Faculty use iPads for Academic Teaching?

I found a very insightful paper that investigates the how, why and if college faculty use iPads in teaching. The SAMR model was used to analyze the level of use of those faculty who did use the iPads for teaching. Aiyegbayo (2015) interviewed 84 academics […]

The Future of the LMS

The Future of the LMS

According to moodlenews the future of online learning and the LMS in particular looks promising! That’s good because it’s a big part of what I do for a living!! As we move forward what further developments can we expect to see in e-learning? VR and AR […]

Digital Pedagogy interview with @zoe_leblanc

Digital Pedagogy interview with @zoe_leblanc

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@zoe_leblanc

Listen! In this Leading Lines podcast episode, Zoe LeBlanc, a doctoral student at Vanderbilt talks about her experiments in digital pedagogy, her approach to using educational technology, and her career path as an aspiring digital historian. Zoe studies networks, ideas, and spaces in modern history, and her dissertation examines the role of Cairo, Egypt, as a hub for anti-colonial activism in Africa during the Cold War. Zoe has been a graduate fellow at the Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities. She helped launch a “Conversations on Digital Pedagogy” series at Vanderbilt, and continues to build and enrich the digital humanities community at Vanderbilt and elsewhere.

• Zoe LeBlanc’s website, zoeleblanc.com/
• @zoe_leblanc on Twitter, twitter.com/zoe_leblanc
• HASTAC, www.hastac.org/
• HASTAC at Vanderbilt, my.vanderbilt.edu/digitalhumanitie…hastac-scholars/
• Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities, my.vanderbilt.edu/digitalhumanities/
• Twitter in the Classroom, a Conversation on Digital Pedagogy, www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_WwQChezJA

@zoeLleblanc @leadinglinespod @johannaprince