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Link many of you, I saw this Tweet about audio-only lectures making the rounds on Twitter: Just recorded my last audio lecture of the semester. I’m so glad I shifted completely to audio last fall. It’s been much kinder to students who can listen on their phones (SoundCloud) rather than sit in the same seat…Read more Video Content or Audio-Only Content For Online Courses: Which is Better?
Keeping the OERxDomains21 post parade going, here is a good Friday panel on one of my favorite platforms, WordPress Multisite! This discussion featuring Laurie Miles (UNC Asheville), Shanon Hauser (UMW) and Colin Madland (TWU) focuses on how various campuses experienced … Continue reading →
I absolutely love people who make the Herculean effort necessary to view well-known things from a distinctly different point of view. One person making that effort is Chiara Marletto. I was introduced to her work a few years and reminded of it again this week by the wonderful interview with her in Quanta Magazine. (I […]
I already blogged a bit about using OBS to produce and stream a class visit Paul Bond and I did for Antonio Vantaggiato‘s Italian Cinema course last week. I wanted to use this post to talk briefly about the clips … Continue reading →
I enjoyed a series of video interviews that Tanya Baker, of National Writing Project, did with poets called Story of a Poem, digging deep into a single poem with the poets and then ending with an invitation to write. It was like Song Exploder (a favorite podcast of mine) but with poems. I took the […]
Overloaded Entry 387 for Wednesday May 5, 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? National […]
May the 4th Entry 386 for Tuesday May 4, 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 […]