An Evaluation Of Low Versus High-Collaboration In Online Learning

Faculty from the SOE, SPFC, and SBGE, along with SOE grad students and an undergrad psychology major working in ETM collaborated on a study that was recently published in the Online Learning Journal. The study was a product from a year-long faculty learning community project sponsored by CSFD and ETM. The study explored how the use […]

How does an MP3 uploaded to Google Docs behave when linked in WordPress

I’ve been on a quest for several years now to find an easy and free way to upload MP3 content to the web and then have it play nicely in WordPress using the Add Audio feature.  In this post I will be attempting to add a link to an MP3 that I was able to […]

How does an MP3 uploaded to Google Docs behave when linked in WordPress

I’ve been on a quest for several years now to find an easy and free way to upload MP3 content to the web and then have it play nicely in WordPress using the Add Audio feature.  In this post I will be attempting to add a link to an MP3 that I was able to […]

Blogs, Wikis, and Google Docs, Oh My!

Blogs Wikis Docs Chart The web page linked above uses a table to compare features of blogs, wikis, and Google Docs. Comparison topics include definitions, number of concurrent authors, and how each tool is used in collaborative activities. The author, who is unknown, outlines commonly known strengths and weaknesses of each tool. For example, one […]

Gradebook Thoughts for an Open Course

I’m co-teaching an educational technology course with Helen Barrett (@eportfolios). Instead of using Blackboard, we’re trying to use all open technologies for the course.  We are using Google Sites for the content and Google Groups for class communication (no Google Wave invite yet). So far, so good except for a few small snags such as […]