Monthly Archives: May 2008

Twitter Problems – Reconsidering Jaiku

Twitter’s had a number of problems lately. Seems it all started when they had the system down for upgrades a couple of weeks ago. Since then they’re on par with Second Life for technical problems. The two blur together for … Continue reading

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Toolbox or Trap? Course Management Systems and Pedagogy

Lisa Lane has an article in the most recent issue of EDUCAUSE Quarterly, “Toolbox or Trap? Course Management Systems and Pedagogy.”  For a brief article, she does a good job laying out the criticisms I hear most frequently about course … Continue reading

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RMA First Friday with Dr. Edward Ayers

Dr. Ayers speaks to the Richmond Merchants Association on May 2. An interesting overview of the University, but it’s especially interesting to see how he’s reaching out to make connections to the community. Thanks to Andy Morton for the link.

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