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Last Day of Ed Tech

When I began this fall semester, I had practically no virtual footprint.  I had a Facebook page and a few forum posts, but… I had no blog. I had no personal website. I didn’t even know that the Web 2.0 existed. I assumed that you had to be a programmer to have an electronic impact. […]

Websites and e-Portfolios

It’s probably of little relevance to your life, but I’ve created my own ePortfolio here on Weebly. Of slightly more relevance to your life, Weebly allows you to create websites for free. There are no ads, but your final product will announce that it was made by the Weebly organization and it will bear the […]

Twitter Chat for Saturday 11/30

For my Ed Tech class: the link to my Personal Interest Project on Prezi can be found here. Apparently if you want to participate in a Twitter chat late on a Saturday night, there is only one kind of educational group still online: writers. As a matter of fact, this last Saturday was the conclusion […]

Twitter Chat for Saturday 11/23

Every Saturday morning at 9AM (US EST), a group of dedicated educators come together for a Twitter chat called #catholicedchat. It was interesting to see them all greet each other by name, as if they were all old friends. It was apparent from the beginning that this was a tight-knit group of people. I chose […]

Twitter Chat for Friday 11/22

Every Friday at 7PM (EST) there is the hosting of an education chat, ironically named #satchatOC. Like any chat room, joining in on the conversation is like listening in to conversation from another world. Everything from the lingo to the topics discussed was strange and foreign to me. However, the best way to learn any […]

Video Project

This week’s education assignment entailed the making of a movie. The goal was to create an informational video for incoming college freshmen. I’m sure that those of you who have gone through college know how it goes; there’s always ton that you wish you had known beforehand. Hopefully our video project will help to alleviate […]

A Personal Interest Project: For-Profit Schools – Back to the Blueprints With Traditional College Education

In today’s competitive job market, more people than ever are going to school in order to get a leg up in their field. Not only are a higher percentage of secondary graduates going on to further their educations, but more seasoned professionals are going back to school, too. If the United States is a petri […]

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