Monthly Archives: September 2010

Thoughts Before Teaching Online

Bill Caraher pointed out an excellent blog to read if you are thinking about or are preparing an online course. It is part of the Teaching Thursdays blog which is a teaching Blog from the University of North Dakota Office of Instruction Development … Continue reading

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Internet Censorship

If you are interested in how censorship is affecting the web, you can check out a new report from Google on the subject. Google’s Transparency Report lists the number of requests from a particular government about specific users, and its … Continue reading

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Course Management System Carousel at IUP

When I first started teaching at IUP, the university was using WebCT. WebCT was eventually purchased by BlackBoard and phased out – leaving IUP to go out and choose another system. After a fairly exhaustive process, IUP chose to go … Continue reading

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