With evolving modes of communication comes evolving means of citation. Tweet2Cite is a handy tool. Enter the URL for a tweet, and get the citation, in MLA or APA style. Getting a URL for a tweet This took a little… Read moreTweet2Cite: Twitter Citation Generator
Google Hangout is a quick and intuitive way to work with up to 9 others in a virtual environment. If you have a Google account, you can create a Hangout. Talk in real time over your computer’s microphone, see each… Read moreGoogle Hangout: Meet with Students or Collaborators
A group of psychological scientists have identified 25 principles of learning. Of those 25, this group identified 9 to explore in greater depth as they relate to instruction. In this series of posts, I’ll look at each in turn, discussing… Read moreApplying Psychological Science: Practice at Retrieval
12/15/2011 11:46am The presentation has moved into the Q&A session, so I’m going to wrap up here. Be sure to check out the report and the 2011 study infographic. As we slide into the winter break, I hope to have… Read moreEDUCAUSE Live! ECAR National Study of Undergrads and Information Technology 2011: Liveblog
UPDATE: TodaysMeet shut down on June 16, 2018. I just finished reading a Scientific American blog on how people watch television. The author reports that “TV networks have taken to dividing their audience into two new segments.” There are those… Read moreTodaysMeet: A Walled-Off Space for You and Your Class
I joined Twitter some months ago, and then quickly became one of 60% U.S. Twitterers that Nielsen found didn’t return a month after joining. But now I have to do some rethinking. I’m a member of a social networking group… Read moreTwitter: There Are Educational Uses?