Category Archives: Mobile Learning

What I learned at the #SUNYCIT conference

What I learned at the #SUNYCITI just got back from the 2015 SUNY Conference for Instruction and Technology. It was a great opportunity to learn new things and discover ways to improve upon the SUNY JCC way. I also had an opportunity to connect with peers across SUNY. Here are the sessions I attended:

Wednesday, 27 May, 2015

Thursday, 28 May, 2015

Friday, 29 May, 2015

This a highly informative conference. I can’t wait to share what I have learned. If you have questions about any of these topics, please contact me.

Podcasts… where have you been all my life?

Podcast RSS symbolEarlier this month, I wrote about finding some new podcasting tools, and I began to listen to podcasts. The experience has been great. I wondered what I have been missing all these years. Read the rest of this entry

Asked my network about their podcasts, and this is what I got

PodcastingEarlier today, I learned about a podcasting tool for my Android, Pocket Casts. Not knowing any podcasts to subscribe to, I sent out a query to my Google+ Circles. Without fail, they shared their favorites. Here is a list of those favorites: Read the rest of this entry

#nexconf Presentation: Leveraging Pinterest and Instagram for Extension Work

Picture worth a thousand wordsWhile at the National Extension Conference, I had an opportunity to catch an informative session on Pinterest given by Amy Hays and Sara Baughman. I also caught the tail end of a session on Instagram also given by Amy Hays. Since I did not see the session in Sacramento, I just finished watching the Instagram session at; lots of great information. Here is more details on the different sessions:

My session notes for Pinterest and Instagram.

Additional sessions worth watching:

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#nexconf Presentations: Directions for improving Wyoming Extension online course presence

Course completions for TAMUAs 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.

Presentations viewed

Here are the presentations I attend along with more information about those sessions:

Here is what I walked away with:

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