How did college and university enrollment fare in spring 2021, during the pandemic? The National Student Clearinghouse Research Center has a new report on the topic, continuing their close examination of the past year. This is vital data for everyone … Continue reading →
Ed Nagelhaut is a repeat offender for the Domains conference, and an absolute joy of a human. So him narrate his journey through OER viz-a-viz domains was a personal highlight of OERxDomains21. Honest, authentic, and empathetic, Ed really highlights the … Continue reading →
In my previous post about working with OBS one of the things I mentioned was the website/tool OBS Ninja that allowed me to pull Paul Bond’s video into a shot seamlessly by using a URL as a video capture source. … Continue reading →
Solar Plans Entry 383 for Saturday May 1, 2021 The core questions: Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions. What did you do today? […]
These four words are starting to enter into our working vernacular in the US, as we inch towards herd immunity. I know this brings up so many feelings and thoughts for those who transitioned their office job to a remote set up over a year ago. There is uncertainty and excitement with a dash of… Continue reading Return to the Office: How are you Supporting this Transition?
May 2 is but one the 365 days per year, another block on the calendar, but also it is World Tuna Day. Who knew? Skip on by if you, rare reader, are looking for something difference for me recycling family memories. It’s my blog! This day for me is the marking of my Dad’s birthday, […]