Some help choosing a camera
Are we bludgeoning new students with mechanized exams instead of engaging and inspiring them with active learning projects & the possibilities of human diversity?
Final workshop session on the academic & the community and social media.
Session 4/5: getting started on our 60-90 second videos
Media Resources (still images & b-roll) for Public Knowledge: Media Training Workshop
Notes from Session 3 of Public Knowledge, Media Training Workshop: Telling Your Story in Sound Bites w Susan C. Mills, Lata Pandya, Leanne Suter, et al
My Research, Angle, Key Messages & Talking Points for “Public Knowledge: Media Training Workshop” with Susan C. Mills, et al
My notes from Saturday’s workshop with Jill Nishida, Eric Lindbom, Michael Uhlenkamp & Susan C. Mills, and CSULB colleagues Dr. Jose Rodriguez, Dr. Lilia Meltzer, et al
There’s an old saying that when all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. You can build almost anything with WordPress, but should you?
A realistic look at what it takes to run a profit-making, long-term blog.
Notes from my mobile-tools-in-the-classroom talk “EDU Mobile” at MMWCON, Mobility and Modern Web Conference, at UCLA.
Here’s student feedback after using Slack as the course platform for our 100% online, 12-week, Introduction to the Visual Arts, Summer ’15.
I’ve submitted a proposal to create a “Hybrid” version of Art 110: Introduction to the Visual Arts. The University will be selecting 5 courses to be developed in the next couple of months and offered in Spring 2015.
After teaching Intro to the Visual Arts F2F for 8 years, this summer I taught it through CSULB Online Education. Here are 7 questions about the experience.
You graduate. The president shakes your hand. What happens next? If I Google your name 5 seconds after the president shakes your hand, will I find an impressive “resume”? Or almost nothing?
CATS2013: Facing the Future, the 16th annual, and my first, Academic Technology conference was yesterday at the CSULB Anatol Center. The California State University (CSU) with 23 campuses, 436,000 students, and 44,000 faculty members and staff, is the largest university system in the
CSULB’s College of Continuing & Professional Education has launched the Summer Session 2013 Online Course Conversion Project, and Art110 has been selected as one of the courses.