In 2016, co-author Melissa Venable and I were given the opportunity to present at #olcaccelerate, OLC’s Accelerate conference. Here’s our slideshow.
In a previous post, I wrote about some good reasons to keep work journals. What I didn’t talk about was how I do exactly that. Let’s talk, first, about how to keep the journal and then, second, we can talk
In my first job with administrative overtones, my provost asked me to keep a work journal (at first) so he could see how I was working. I liked the process so much that I’ve maintained it across several years, although
If you’re in higher education and live in the Southeast or Texas (but not Arkansas), then you may have known about the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)annual meeting in Dallas, TX that concluded yesterday. This
Recently, a student in an online class asked me “What is this rubric thing?” Well, what purpose does a rubric serve? As I tried to explain it to her–and realizing that the vocabulary was already getting in the way–I posited