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

Getting to Know WordPress’ Happiness Engineers

Interesting evening of “chat” with WordPress Happiness Engineers as I attempt to finalize moving my David-in-Carroll-land work and Curious-David-in_Carroll-land writings, photos, and videos to my […]

Tying Together Loose Threads

As I sort out my thoughts on what I want to be when I grow up (and retire from Carroll in May) I am mulling […]

Döstädning Redux

Much of this semester (indeed, almost three hours daily) has been devoted to carefully examining forty years of materials temporarily stored during the Rankin Hall […]

Reflections on Giving Tuesday, Indebtedness, and Paying Forward

  “Giving Tuesday” is imminent. I can’t escape the reminders. I’ve been asked to be a GD “Ambassador.” Our Faculty and Staff Presidents have urged […]

David and Daisy’s Adventures in Wikipedia-land: Day 1

Putting a Positive “SPN” on Social Psychology

As I teach Social Psychology at Carroll for the last time, I welcome feedback from former students, former Ohio State social psychology classmates and professors, […]

DS to DS: Reflections on Fraud and Forgiveness (Reflecties over fraude en vergeving)

I am having quite a bit of difficulty writing this piece—and have had that difficulty for the past several years since my identity with my discipline […]

Protected: What should an undergraduate know about LinkedIn? ( Password available upon request for those willing to improve this draft)

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Reflections on “Robot-Proofing” My Classes

I read a lot of science fiction (especially lately works by Liu Cixin and Ken Liu) and find it more and more difficult to discriminate […]

Digital Resources for Mastering Basic Statistical Analyses

For the past 40 years I have taught a course called Statistics and Experimental Design required of Carroll Psychology majors. I summarized my teaching philosophy […]

Reflections on Advising, Mentoring and Open Office Hours

Recently on FaceBook a former student, Jillian (now a high school teacher of AP Psychology) invited me to comment on Dana Dunn’s Psychology Today blog […]

Last(ing) Thoughts about Going Global

Across the years I have been fortunate to have learned from a number of global educators. Luis Miguel Miñarro, an educator in La Mancha, Spain, shared with […]

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