If a picture is worth a thousand words, what happens when we make that picture interactive and clickable? Now it's gotta be worth at least 2,000, right? Well, that's exactly what ThinkLink does. According to the ThinkLink website, "ThinkLink is the leading platform for creating interactive images for web, social and advertising channels." It says … Continue reading Thinglink.com – A Dynamic Tool for Your Classroom, Facebook, Presentation, Ad or Anything Else
Here is a brilliant way to sort through and manage your Twitter feed.
Not long after I first joined Twitter, I followed an author I really like, and she immediately followed me back. I did not assume that because she followed me back, she’d actually be reading my tweets. Still, it made me feel really good — it was nice for her to acknowledge, in this small way, that my appreciation for her work actually mattered to her. I decided that I would pay this good feeling forward by following every (non-spambot) person that followed me.
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Rosemary Reigle, or Dr. Rose, as her students know her, is a current adjunct professor of composition, humanities and literature for Centralia College, Tacoma Community College, Walla Walla Community College, Rasmussen College, and periodically Lower Columbia College. She has also taught at Keiser University, Central Texas College, Renton Technical College, ITT Tech, Brandman University, Colorado … Continue reading Congratulations to Faculty/Staff Innovator of the Month* – Rosemary R. Reigle, Ed.D. English Instructor
Say What? A reoccurring issue with course design whether you're face-to-face, hybrid or completely online is student engagement. Even though you think underwater basket-weaving off the coast of Tunisia is the most fascinating thing since the invention of sliced bread, students may not be as excited about it as you. They can be fickle creatures that … Continue reading Embedding a Twitter Feed into Canvas
Do you tweet? Do you tumbl? Do you vine? Do you vaguebook on Facebook? Do you pin on Pinterest? Do you comment on MySpace? Do you read on Reddit? Honestly, I could go on, but I won't (for your sake and mine). What are we to make of all this social media? What are we … Continue reading Social Media Overload!