This morning I read an article in the NY Times, “Google Wants to Join the Party, Not Crash It” in which ubiquitous computing was mentioned. The basic point of the article is that tech companies are… Read More »Ubiquitous Computing and Cheating in the Classroom: Will the New Honor Code Be a Service Agreement?
I’ve got a new post up on Eduhacker – Ubiquitous Computing and Cheating in the Classroom: Will the New Honor Code Be a Service Agreement?. Check it out!
I double majored in English with an emphasis on writing and Japanese Studies. My interest lay in writing and in that hallway of the humanities writing seemed more marketable than literature. Moreover, I viewed speaking Japanese as a key to a job either teaching or translating. There was no talk of online identities, social media, or content creation. Writing fell into the realm of fiction, poetry, essays, thought and research papers. The term content could easily be confused with the feeling I had reading fiction and writing short stories.Read More »Skills for Today’s English Major
In a desire to both learn and experiment, I’ve headed back to the classroom. One of those classrooms is located on the campus of Hendrix College. The other classrooms reside on servers and I access… Read More »Lifelong Learning: MOOC’s vs Liberal Arts Colleges