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  • Cast Your Pod to the Wind

    The following links are resources for the Massachusetts Colleges Online conference presentation Cast Your Pod to the Wind, June 13, 2006 at Middlesex Community College: Horizon report:  http://www.nmc.org/horizon/   (Emerging educational technologies) Podomatic:   http://www.podomatic.com/    (Easily create ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on June 13, 2006
  • Cast Your Pod to the Wind

    The following links are resources for the Massachusetts Colleges Online conference presentation Cast Your Pod to the Wind, June 13, 2006 at Middlesex Community College: Horizon report:  http://www.nmc.org/horizon/   (Emerging educational technologies) Podomatic:   http://www.podomatic.com/    (Easily create ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on June 13, 2006
  • Just In Time Teaching

    The excerpts below were taken from the editorial "Just in Time Teaching" by James Rhem featured in the Tomorrow's Professor mailing list.  Rhem's editorial highlights presentations by Scott Simkins, professor of economics at North Carolina A&T and colleagues from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) at the ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on August 19, 2005
  • Just In Time Teaching

    The excerpts below were taken from the editorial "Just in Time Teaching" by James Rhem featured in the Tomorrow's Professor mailing list.  Rhem's editorial highlights presentations by Scott Simkins, professor of economics at North Carolina A&T and colleagues from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) at the ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on August 19, 2005
  • Welcome "Bridging" Members!

    Here are some points we hope to cover in the next 10 minutes or so regarding the use of a blog to support the online component of an educational community of practice: Framing the presentation in a larger context:  "The communication tools of the future" Tour of the COPPER Blog Description and brief history of the COPPER Cluster ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on January 18, 2005
  • Welcome "Bridging" Members!

    Here are some points we hope to cover in the next 10 minutes or so regarding the use of a blog to support the online component of an educational community of practice: Framing the presentation in a larger context:  "The communication tools of the future" Tour of the COPPER Blog Description and brief history of the COPPER Cluster ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on January 18, 2005
  • Bridging Community to Visit Blog

    Members of the NLII (National Learning Infrastructure Initiative) Bridging Community will be paying a visit to the COPPER Blog on Wednesday, January 19, for a brief presentation on the use of blogs as a collaborative tool as a part of their series of online professional development events.  NLII is a division of Educause, a nonprofit ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on January 15, 2005
  • Bridging Community to Visit Blog

    Members of the NLII (National Learning Infrastructure Initiative) Bridging Community will be paying a visit to the COPPER Blog on Wednesday, January 19, for a brief presentation on the use of blogs as a collaborative tool as a part of their series of online professional development events.  NLII is a division of Educause, a nonprofit ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on January 15, 2005
  • Western Civilization Webography Project

    Mills Kelly (George Mason University) describes the "Western Civilization Webography Project" in the following excerpt from his presentation abstract at the International Society for SoTL conference: "The Western Civilization Webography Project addresses a constant complaint by historians that their students are ill-equipped to ...
    Posted to Import Test (Weblog) by scalesm on December 9, 2004
  • Western Civilization Webography Project

    Mills Kelly (George Mason University) describes the "Western Civilization Webography Project" in the following excerpt from his presentation abstract at the International Society for SoTL conference: "The Western Civilization Webography Project addresses a constant complaint by historians that their students are ill-equipped to ...
    Posted to COPPER Blog (Weblog) by margulisd on December 9, 2004
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