Wrestling with the proper use of on-line classes and education.
Technology in Higher Ed
How public are you about your private life in tweets, Facebook, blogs, wikis, email, phone, snail mail, articles, books, presentations, interviews? Very few of us will have our life and vocation examined by Congress, but none-the-less have you considered … What your wider circle of acquaintances (or even the larger public) know about your daily […]
Do you agree with the below quotes from News Sites Rethink Anonymous Online Comments (Richard Perez-Pena. NY Times. 4/11/2010)? “Anonymity is just the way things are done. It’s an accepted part of the Internet, but there’s no question that people hide behind anonymity to make vile or controversial comments,” said Arianna Huffington, a founder of […]
What tips/ideas do you have for InterVarsity’s National Graduate & Faculty Ministry Staff Team Members in Using Social Media Appropriately and Effectively to Grow Communities? Now’s your opportunity to give input. I’m leading a seminar on the topic at our April Team Meetings. Here’s some material I’m seeking to address: How do we use social […]
In How We Got to Sesame Street; Art on Screen (The Chronicle of Higher Education. January 16, 2009), Evan R. Goldstein treats us to some of the history of Sesame Street, which celebrated 40 years on November 10. In 1966 a group of friends gathered for a dinner party in Manhattan. As the evening was […]