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6 recommendations for teaching with the flip video camera

In June 2008 I received a grant for 20 Flip Video Cameras (.pdf) to be used in one of the required courses in the Writing Arts undergraduate major at Rowan, “Writing, Research, and Technology.” The general goal of the course … Continue reading

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using twitter in the graduate classroom

There has been much discussion lately about how Twitter is being used in the undergraduate classroom. Daisy Pignetti describes how she used Twitter in 3 sections (2 online, 1 in person) of English 102 at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.  Monica … Continue reading

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teaching students how to create meaningful tags

Ryancordell asked me to say a few words about teaching tagging to my students and I am very happy to do so. I have been trying to figure out how to teach tagging to my graduate and undergraduate students since … Continue reading

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what students learned completing the youtube project

One of the main goals of my courses is for students to reflect on what they are learning as they are going through the process of completing an assignment. That goal has in the past been fulfilled by Learning Record … Continue reading

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