My colleagues and I at the Distance Course Design & Consulting Group presented some research at the Hawaii Educational Research Association conference earlier this month, and based on that, I put together the VoiceThread presentation embedded below. (By the way, “Elizabeth Lavolette”? Yeah, that’s my alter-ego.) The research is a comparison of two virtual classroom […]
Oh, that’s right. No need to adjust your set. What you see above is Windows XP running in a little window on Ubuntu 8.10. And yes, that’s iTunes running in XP. If you squint, you can just barely make out the words up there at the top of iTunes: “iPhone sync is complete.” Oh, yes. […]
I did my homework for Introduction to Open Education! Check it out if you’re interested in that stuff.
Despite my new status as a graduate, I’m taking a class this semester, IPT 692R: Introduction to Open Education, taught by David Wiley at BYU. Obviously, he practices what he preaches – this course is available to me (and you, and anyone else) for free. While plenty of free educational materials are available on the […]
Last weekend, along with about 15 other people, I volunteered to help install a thin-client computer lab in an elementary school near Wainae. The clients were donated laptops that were headed for e-waste collection, and the server was also donated. All of this was possible through the great expertise and vision of a few core […]