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Ken Bauer

Vectors, Lists and Iterators in C++

TC1033 Exercise Here is a simple exercise to work on the concepts of Vectors, Lists and Iterators in C++. Why do we want to do this instead of using arrays and for loops? We want to look towards fully embracing object-think and coding using object-oriented methods. Investigate the documentation for classes Vector, List and Iterator. […]

FlipTech Latin America 2019 Keynote

Notes Video of keynote now available. Videos (including a couple not in the presentation but related) are now uploaded and embedded. I welcome comments below, thank you for any that you can add. The Details I do hope that I come back to post more about my experiences this week at FlipTech Latin America 2019 […]

Innovation and Professional Development

This is a bit of a recycled post from my presentation at FlipCon Adelaide 2016. The talk was on November 18 and I’ll include the video of the keynote and the slides below. After many years of planning, we are live in our launch of our #ModeloTec21 degree programs at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. These […]

Declaration of Digital Independence

Note: this is copied directly from the original post on June 26, 2019 (Version 1.3 (June 29, 2019; version history)) by Larry Sanger which you can find at which is is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. My own site runs on open source software and I am part of the […]

Ungrading, a Concept Map

Background As our assignment this week for our course #augment1, I set out to experiment with some Concept Mapping tools. I am a co-learner with Howard Rheingold and about 20+ brave souls in the online class which lasts five weeks (wrapping up this next week) titled “Augmented Collective Intelligence: Theory and Practice“. Since my submissions […]

Augmented Collective Intelligence

I signed up for a course run by the one and only Howard Rheingold and am excited to start this week. I will be posting to the course site internal blogs but will share excerpts of my experience out here in the open as well. Here is the work for the first week, the course […]

OpenEd19 – Roundtable on Ungrading

Roundtable submission for #OpenEd19 Update: Roundtable accepted. Following review by the Program Committee, I am pleased to inform you that your submission entitled ‘Roundtable on #Ungrading‘ has been accepted for presentation as a Roundtable (25 minutes). Now to get to work on this. I require help here colleagues! Work in Progress Please feel free to […]

OpenEd19 – Setting up your Connected Courses site in 5 minutes

Lightning Talk submission for #OpenEd19 Update: Roundtable accepted. Following review by the Program Committee, I am pleased to inform you that your submission entitled ‘Setting up your Connected Courses site in 5 minutes‘ has been accepted for presentation as a Lightning Talk (5 minutes). This one is on me. I will need to curate the […]

IndieWebifying my Blog

Back to the Future The “First Post” on this blog was back in 2013 but I’ve had a presence on the web since the 1990s. My first page would have been one that I had as a graduate student at the University of Washington (1993-1995). In fact one of the early (and extremely popular) web […]

20 Years

Today I celebrate 20 years as a full-time professor here at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Guadalajara. I actually arrived here on campus for the August 1995 semester as a sessional professor and taught for 2 years before I left to join Object Technology International (at that time recently purchased by IBM) to work on …

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Kicking off 2019

I only wrote three blog posts on this blog in 2018 and not much elsewhere. Last year was a good year but also stressful in many aspects of work and life. I keep telling my students to learn to say “no” to requests and I thought that I had learned that years ago. I still …

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ISC 2018

This semester I have the honour of being the “padrino de generación” for the graduating class.

This is the 47th graduating class from the campus and my fifth invitation to be the godfather of the graduating class.

Post in process sti…