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Friday, May 14, 2004
to the blog. This should come in handy for the folks in the Writing Room
when I need to get in touch with people. I'll send the information to the
blog and copy it to the email address.
Tuesday, April 13, 2004
The Center for Academic Transformation. "Problem Statement". The Roadmap to Redesign (R2R). Rensselear Polytechnic Institute. 13 April 2004.
"The extent to which a student gains the same pedagogical benefit from a printout of your Web resources as from the resources themselves is the extent to which you have done nothing of pedagogical value using the web."
Fraser, Alistair. "Colleges Should Tap the Pedagogical Potential of the World-Wide Web." The Chronicle of Higher Education. 8 Aug. 1999. B8.
The above quote came from a re-print from the author's web site.
On the other hand, as John Kruper points out in his blog, it's impossible to ignore what Blackboard can do in terms of the more administrative aspects of class management. Blackboard provides a consistent interface, grade management, assessment tools, etc. that, well, I know I can't do with a blog.
Monday, April 12, 2004
"Some thoughts and ruminations about the USCA Student Laptop Pilot, especially the development of AEGL 101-26 in which all students will be assigned laptop computers and provided with on-campus wireless access."
Because that pilot project is over now, I have switched the goal of the blog to a developmental/reflective area for teaching and blogging. My first course of order will be to get things together for Friday's conference here on the USCA campus.
Friday, April 09, 2004
I think I'm gonna go ahead and spend time with Moveable Type ths summer and see what I can come up with.
Wednesday, April 07, 2004
Blogs as Course Management Systems: Is their biggest advantage also their achille's heel? (via Jerz's Literacy Weblog)
Just a little more on the discussion of blogs vs. Blackboard.