Building on my growing (and unjustified) reputation as a fashionista, this is my Spring 2012 collection (of slides) for “FASH325 Multimedia Fashion Presentations” students. This presentation is part information management, part online persona, and part marketing. It’s intended to be an overview of what 21st century graduates should be aware of in terms of online [...]
Category Archive for 'Web 2.0'
In the past couple of years, I have shared my story of how I use social media for professional development and web 2.0 as my “extended brain.” I have prepared a workshop titled “Building your personal learning network: DIY professional development,” and I hope you can join me this Wednesday, February 22, or the following [...]
As 2011 slowly drifts away, I’d like to come back to a topic that has been on my mind a lot this year, and speculate on some trends for the upcoming decade. That topic is curation. As we have all noticed, information available on the internet is limitless, and the frontier of that universe is [...]
I read an interesting article in Inside Higher Ed this week about the story of a marketing professor at Central Michigan University. In this article, Mike Garver, a self-proclaimed great lecturer, explains his process to remove lecturing from his classroom altogether: “I kind of gave up lecturing in the classroom,” Garver says, adding that he [...]
An interesting and disturbing decision was made by officials at Georgia Tech. They have decided to take down all student content from a GT-hosted wiki platform called Swiki after declaring that information disclosed on the openly available wiki infringed the 1974 Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). That wiki initiative was one of the [...]