Journaling as a Daily Writing Activity

While cleaning the office today I came across my journal notes from when I still was a graduate student at Ohio State.  I had just returned […]

Psychology 205 Resources: Quizlet, StarQuiz, Research Randomizer, and SPSS.

I have come to believe that a syllabus should be a dynamic learning tool. To that end on the first day of class I randomly […]

A Benevolent Curmudgeon Reflects Some More on LinkedIn: Revised and Revisited

  David (AKA The Benevolent Curmudgeon): In several prior posts about my experiences with LinkedIn, I have pondered and sought advice about how  I —with […]

A Benevolent Curmudgeon and a Bright Emerging Star Reflect on LinkedIn

David (AKA The Benevolent Curmudgeon): In several prior posts about my experiences with LinkedIn, I have pondered and sought advice about how someone like me […]

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) […]

Rediscovering Apps Buried on My Laptop

In preparation for contributing my suggestions to Jane Hart for her “Top 100 Tools for Learning” list  I am systematically examining (and in many cases rediscovering:)) apps […]

Exceeding my Expectations: My Students Explore Book Writing

Throughout the 2015-2016 school year, we four undergraduate research assistants in “Dr. Simpson’s Neighborhood” have been familiarizing ourselves with several different learning tools described on Jane Hart’s Top […]

Revisiting my Tool Box Tool by Tool: Take 5

Twitter: I often learn about a new technology learning tool here through selectively identifying “thought leaders.” I try to reciprocate with something that they might […]

Bridging the Academic and Business Worlds

In my teaching, research, writing and consulting I try to be a bridge-builder across admittedly different disciplines, cultures, and age groups. I enjoy reading the Harvard […]

Using Internet Tools to Maximize My Effectiveness Inside and Outside the Classroom

Earlier this morning I had a team meeting with two of my student research assistants before leaving for an off-campus meeting with my Schneider Consulting […]

Heartfelt thanks to all my teachers I have never personally met—and one in particular

Winding up; winding down. As I shoveled cleaned out  organized books, folders, software, and files in my office today I came across materials from the […]

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