Some recent links from my Pinboard. Mostly related to open resources.
My course – MSLOC 430 – begins for enrolled Northwestern University Master’s in Learning and Organizational Change graduate students on Jan. 8. The following is my near-final draft of how I plan to run an open section of class during six of the 10 weeks in which the MSLOC course runs.… Continue reading
We have spent the last several weeks spotlighting the recipients of the Fall 2014 Faculty Research Grants. Get to know these distinguished faculty members below!
University: University of Texas at El Paso
Title of Proposal: Factors Influencing Retention Rates for RN to BSN Students
I want to explore what the preposition into reveals about Rhizo14. I have chosen to work with into for a couple of reasons. First, it is manageable, with only 33 instances in the AE text as it existed in November, 2014.… Continue reading
We are going to spend the next several weeks spotlighting the recipients of the Fall 2014 Faculty Research Grants. Get to know these distinguished faculty members below!
University: University of Texas at Arlington
Title of Proposal: Teaching with Interactive Open Educational Resources (interactive OERs): Mapping-out the Interactive OERs for Teaching
Since WordPress 3.9 the TinyMCE editor now automatically cleans out all but the semantic HTML from Word (or Rich text copied from elsewhere), meaning any fonts, styles, etc. You preserve headings, blockquotes, lists, links, bold, italic.
This means WordPress handles text pasted from word a lot better that the current WordPress 2.9.2 does
Even though, like Alan, I don't think writing everything in word is a great idea lots of folks do exactly that.…
One aspect of my job as a high school counsellor is to help my students reflect on what they may want to do after high school. I personally remember feeling very apprehensive as a student about which jobs were out there and how people actually found their careers.…