For the last six weeks I have been running an experimental project at Columbia, an online course called “Reclaim a personal space for education online” but which I think of… Read more »
Once you have your own space online you can start using some of the great authoring tools out there to build native online materials and then host them directly on your site. This helps your students by eliminating online third parties from your classroom while opening up a number of different tools and possibilities for you.
(Originally posted on the Columbia LRC Blog) What happens when you gather hundreds of professionals in the language education field from multiple continents and give them the run of Harvard’s… Read more »
(Originally posted on the Columbia LRC Blog) Welcome to the first post in our new “Free Technology” blog series. In this series we will look at some of the best… Read more »
What is De-Chroming? This talk is an instructional companion to the SFLC @ 10 Disposable Computing talk. De-Chroming is the process of taking a Chromebook laptop, in this case the… Read more »