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

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 […]

Day 1 Jitters: 2018

Tomorrow I meet with my students for the first time. Even after four decades of teaching I shall be nervous, though for different reasons than […]

The Siren Song of Bag Pipes Once Again Call Me Back to Carroll Land

A wonderful tradition on my campus both on the first day before classes and again at graduation is to have a bagpiper majestically lead the […]

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