Category Archives: Learning strategies
I have been a huge fan of Paper.li. I really enjoyed having my daily “newspapers” come to me in my email on the topics I was interested in. However, they changed their business model and I no longer received my expected emails. As a result, I started to miss out on my news. I then discovered something. If you are missing your Paper.li news, this may help you. Read the rest of this entry
Last week, I was listening to an Entrepreneur on Fire episode where the speaker indicated that he use IFTTT to pull everything happening in the world of importance into Slack for his team to use. In this post, I am going to show you how to use IFTTT as a learning tool. We are going to pull together content together from your favorite learning sites into Evernote. You can then review this content in a daily read file. Read the rest of this entry
While at the Mountain Plains Adult Education Association Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico, I was introduced to a debilitating condition that affects 90% of those tested. It is called Visual Stress Syndrome. Fortunately, it seems to be easily corrected but cannot be cured. Read the rest of this entry
As I mentioned in a previous post, I had a rewarding time while at the Nation Extension Conference. Three of the sessions I attended focused on building and delivering online courses. Basically, I was looking for ideas to make this a reality in the University of Wyoming Extension program.
Here are the presentations I attend along with more information about those sessions:
- Extension Online: Utilizing Technology to Enhance Educational Outreach by Stephen Green.
- How an Engaging Onsite Course Came to Life on the Web by Sharon Gripp, Garo Goodrow and Peg Shuffstall.
- Certificates and Badges to Recognize Online Learning by Larry Lippke.
It is that time of the year when the New Media Consortium comes out with its Horizon Report. Each year, I look forward to reading this report because it lets me know if I am keeping pace with ever-changing instructional technologies. The 2013 report radically differed from the 2012 report in terms of trends being reported. In the 2014 report, only three of six important developments were repeated from the 2013 report. Read the rest of this entry