How to link outlook sub-folders to your desktop so you do not forget to check them.
Padlets to share content wit students. Time and workload management board.
Get Organized–Get Things Done One of my aims for this year was to become better organized to find a system. And Heureka! Whoohoo! Happy Dance! I have found it. From beginning: I have a myriad of journals which I write for different purposes and with varying consistency. One for projects, for meetings, for messy ideas, […]
I have been making some headway catching up with literature on education, educational theories and helpful instructional books for emerging teachers in higher education. There is a lot of ‘because I say so’ writing. As Erziehungswissenschaftler (educational scientist) this is rather a nuisance. It makes we want to rebel:
Auf Deutsch Teil der Erkenntnis die mich letzte Woche befiel war, dass Deutsch für akademisches Schreiben die wesentlich zufriedenstellendere Sprache für mich ist. (Auch wenn Google mir gerade sagt, dass ‘zufriedenstellendere’ ganz bestimmt nicht richtig geschrieben ist, und mir Zweifel ob der nicht mehr ganz so neuen Rechtschreibung kommen.) Aber nun ein Mal von vorn: Alles […]
I have begun to create this document a while ago. Looking to create a resource of free and easily accessible gadget, websites, apps that could be used for learning, teaching, and collaborating.
iMindMap Reflecting back over the last couple of weeks these were the first associations that came to my mind when thinking about transmedia story-telling. I want to keep building it. Does anyone know a way to collaborate on a mindmap? I tried so many mindmapping programmes, but that’s years ago and didn’t like any of […]
Language In the #DigiWriMo community we began discussing language and the internet, based on Greg McVerry’s piece: An English Only Web is Not an Open Web. #TeachTheWeb in Your Tongue. https://t.co/N2Ux7INUTs pic.twitter.com/vdLh2a3vDj — Greg McVerry (@jgmac1106) November 22, 2015 Well, and how Twitter chats go, one thing led to another, and we ended up with favourite […]
So this week is Transmedia Storytelling week I haven’t come up with an actual story. My story for now is about the act of writing—or is it more appropriate to say creating?—a transmedia story. The story about telling, showing, creating, painting, writing, drawing, thinking, or developing [insert more verbs here] a transmedia story. In doing so […]
A long weekend in Munich I left a stormy Scotland to spend a long weekend in Munich with family, spreading digital literacies. The following two picture collages where made by my 2 year old niece. She learned really quickly to move objects and make them bigger or smaller: We discovered a German Whisky distillery! […]