For some at my university, the spring break is here. For us, not so much. Our Winter 2021 semester rolled straight into Spring/Summer session, still almost entirely taught virtually. Like many of you, we definitely wear the scars of the past year, and we are under no illusions that the anticipated return to campus in […]
I have a love/hate affair with SAML and SSO in general. Damn, two acronyms in the first sentence?! Nothing like that to thin out the crowds. Still with me? Ok let’s go.
The problem: While much of the conference we recently put on would be open (registration, main website,
Below is a visual tour of my stripped Scramble cabinet. This is the first cabinet I have taken down to the bones, and I will be cutting the sides down and replacing and seaming them to get rid of the … Continue reading →
And let’s not forget the subtitle “Introducing German Higher Ed to Domain of One’s Own.” YEAH! In their OERxDomains21 presentation Christian Friedrich and Katharina Schulz discussed their work to introduce the idea of a “Domain of One’s Own” to faculty … Continue reading →
Keith McCandless, co-created of the Liberating Structures invited me to contribute around 300 words as part of a larger article about the principles of Liberating structures in practice. I talked to him about different possibilities, and one of those we discussed was the relationship between Intentionally Equitable Hospitality (IEH) and LS. So I wrote this…
I can’t remember now how I stumbled upon the They Draw And Travel website, which is home to some wonderful artwork and map illustrations of places. This book — Where We Walk — pulls together 100 submissions to a local call in Winter 2021 for Walking Maps put out by the website’s curators (two sibling […]
Panic! At the Wellbeing Day Entry 385 for Monday May 3, 2021 The core questions: Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions. What did […]