Am I ready for Facebook Live or for Creating a Free “[email protected]” Course?

 I’m moving in the direction of trying some Facebook live broadcasting. Time to review what we’ve learned about screen casting and discover how the process […]

My Top Learning Tools (2016)

I’ve successfully loaded the Sierra OS upgrade to my Macs and determined which of my apps still:) work. It’s time to cast my ballot in Jane […]

What are YOUR favorite technology learning tools?

What are your favorite technology learning tools? Now (until September 23) is a good time to send your recommendations to Jane Hart (see this link) […]

On “Flow,” “Presence,” “Self-Actualization” and Constructive Mania

  I seem to be having an unusually productive day today. I am in a state of “Flow, “Presence,—self-actualization? I seem to be fully charged even […]

What do my research students do in my absence? Exploring Camtasia

Despite the semester only being a month old, I have been unusually busy with other Carroll matters at times when I ordinarily would be working […]

Why Twitter is Rising in Importance in My Personal Learning Program

It’s my research day. I just helped Leo the Great Pyr onto his Central Bark Doggie Day Care bus and had a team meeting with Lizzy […]

Leveraging My Technology Learning Tools

I am sandwiching in (actually eating donuts!) some brief writing time between my two labs for Statistics and Experimental Design (PSY205). The students seem to […]

Augmenting My Teaching Capabilities: Top Technology Learning Tools Revisited

Caveat Lector: This blog piece is laden with hypertext links that lead you to additional thoughts I have about these learning tools! With the deadline […]

Too Many Terrific Tempting Apps

The transition to OS-X Yosemite seems to have resulted in minimum messups. A few incompatibility issues but none that warranted my reverting back to an […]

Decluttering Revisited

I seem to return to certain topics—like reducing virtual desk top clutter. I am once again in the process of reviewing “applications”—I’ve installed (first on […]

On Engaging Students: Adventures with StarQuiz

There is good recent research suggesting that repeated testing enhances learning. How can I best incorporate those important findings into my courses? As a beginning, I have […]

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