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Digital Citizenship Reflections

What does it mean to be a “good” citizen? While certainly not a new question, it is one that is experiencing a renaissance in many of our hearts and minds. […]

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What is Digital Citizenship?

Search Google News for “Facebook scandal” and you’ll get 53,600,000 hits. Well, you will, if you have the same location and browsing history as we do. Once you learn that […]

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You Had Me At Hello

Recently, I completed the @ONE course, Humanizing Online Teaching and Learning, that was facilitated by Michelle Pacansky-Brock, @ONE’s Faculty Mentor, Digital Innovation. From the moment I logged in to the […]

Professional Development: Connecting is Key

Social Reinforcement Think about your most meaningful professional development experience over the past year. What was it? Were you sitting in your office watching a recording of a past webinar? […]

Tweeting Your Way to Professional Growth

Tweeting Your Way to Professional Growth

Tweeting Your Way to Professional Growth This post is the third in a series about principles in teaching and learning with contributions by Jim Julius and Lene Whitley-Putz. Social media […]

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice

Using Principles to Guide Professional Practice This post is the first of a series about principles in teaching and learning with contributions by Lené Whitley-Putz and Michelle Pacansky-Brock. In early December, […]

Online Teaching Confession from a Convert

Online Teaching Confession from a Convert

I mentally stomped my feet when our counseling faculty recommended that, to better accommodate students, I offer my English 101 course, which is contextualized for first responders and administration of […]