Monthly Archives: October 2012

Digital Graphic Facilitation at BC Campus

I was excited and honoured to be invited by BC Campus to be a graphic facilitator at their Open Educational Resources Forum (#OERforum) last week. When they first asked for me to be a graphic facilitator, of course I immediately said yes but I also felt a bit of trepidation as I have never done… Read More »

Promise of Reflective Journals

As part of our new eLearning initiative, many faculty are keen to integrate blogging into their coursework. There are so many great examples out there, starting with the venerable UMW Blogs, DS106, Cathy Davidson’s crowd-sourced grading model (Duke), Mark Sample‘s pedagogy and the class blog (George Mason University) and a lot more. A lot of the… Read More »

Recording how to listen

Do you wanna listen to DS106radio on your iPhone, iPod or iPad? I made this for you! how to set up FStream on your iDevice Here’s the short summary: type in – http://208.82.115.69/live More information available at: http://networkeffects.ca ===== Notes on DispRecorder I used a new (slightly expensive at $10) app called DispRecorder to screen… Read More »