Reflection on #LWMOOC3

A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending and presenting at Learning with MOOCs III at the University of Pennsylvania. I missed the first year of the conference, but enjoyed presenting at the second event at Teachers College. Last year’s talk primarily focused on multiple pathways research coming out of the 2014 DALMOOC […]

History Department Brownbag on Educational Technologies for Classroom Teaching

I have the opportunity to talk with the Department of History at UT Arlington about some easy ways to integrate technology into teaching practice. This blog has some additional information beyond what I discussed at the brownbag today. HOUSED IN THE LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LMS) Journals – In Blackboard, these are a very easy tool […]

New Page!

I get to see a lot of really fascinating intersections of learning by working in both educational technology and history.  I plan to use this part of my new website for my thoughts on these interchanges, as well as some general musings and cool findings related to history. One thing that I also want to […]