David in Carroll Land

Exploration, reviews, and reflections on elearning tools I have used or investigated. I am a Professor of Psychology especially interested in cross-global communication and enjoy learning with others.

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Posts by David in Carroll Land

Dear 2017 Carroll University Graduate…

Dear 2017 Carroll University Graduate… Now is a good time to gather together some last thoughts about and for you. Because of my age seniority […]

Thank you, Graduating Carroll Seniors: Flashbacks and Flash Forwards

The closer I get to retirement, the more meaningful Carroll graduations, past traditions, and the relationships I have formed with students become. Carroll has changed […]

Reflections on the Purpose and Value of Final Exams

  Two books to read laid out before me: David Pogue’s Essential Tips and Shortcuts (That No One Bothers to Show You) for Simplifying the […]

Five Fact Checking Resources I Too Often Need to Consult

Though fact checking will not save us from fake news (see this thoughtful link), I find the following five resources useful in helping me decide […]

Google Search Revisited: Discovering Additional Capabilities of Learning Technology Tools That I Thought I Had Mastered

I try to protect some daily time for learning something new. Surprisingly, sometimes that involves (re)discovering features of technology learning tools that I didn’t realize […]

Celebrating Carroll 2017

My celebration of Carroll was initiated by so many Facebook communications yesterday from members of the Carroll Community who have touched my life over the […]

April 18, 2017: Winding Up, Winding Down

I try to build into my working day an opportunity just to “check in” and touch base with my student research assistants. This is the […]

Bon APPetit

What are your favorite apps? Which do you no longer use? Filed under: Curious David Tagged: app generation, Apps, Decluttering

Senior Reflections: Alison and David

This year’s Carroll Campus-wide year-long theme was “Citizenship” so I thought it might be appropriate to share this discussion between two “senior citizens”:).  Alison is […]

Preview of Things to Come: “Brain Fitness” Research

This morning I sandwiched in a bit of very preliminary background work for my Fall Semester Research Seminar (assuming I get the minimum enrollment!). I’ve […]

Facebook and LinkedIn: Complementary Tools

Though Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn have different original purposes, they continue to become more like each other. Still, I find that I can use them […]

Denizens of Dr. David’s Neighborhood: Lizzie

Returning to my office two of my student research assistants were “at their work stations.” One was engaged in an animated phone conversation in Spanish […]

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