“MOOCs are all about messing with boundaries, barriers, and silos.” In May of this year George Siemens announced the “Mother of all MOOCs”, appropriately titled Change. The philosophy is sound: Why have a single person or even small set of people delivering course content when we have a global network of innovative thinkers to pull - Read More -
We recently discovered the great premium plugin Gravity Forms at DTLT from the web group at UMW who purchased it to use with the redesigned UMW.edu site (running completely on WordPress!). One amazing feature of gravity forms is that it allows you to create a form that, when a user submits it, creates a post - Read More -
[S]o Andy Rush came up with a great idea, document all the off-the-wall things I come up with in the early hours of the morning when I get to work. You see, for the time being my wife and I are commuting to Fredericksburg from Richmond. Since she likes to get to work by 8, - Read More -
This is possibly the best parody I’ve heard, and I think it’s a perfect example of how students can use just audio to create a compelling new narrative.
Today, just one day after announcing a slew of new gadgets and showing off yet more amazing software that seems futuristic, Apple replaced their homepage with an image none of us wanted to see. At the age of 58, Steve Jobs lost his battle with cancer and passed away. I’ve never cried for a celebrity - Read More -