Tag Archives: Faculty Academy 07

Reverend Jim, a little context please…

The recent discussion and commodification of “Reverend Jim” at Faculty Academy 2007 might be better understood with a bit of context. I have to admit that I’m a bit scared that without a stable referent -or at the very least … Continue reading

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Slow blogging: “An archive of learning that intersects with others learning”

Barbara Ganley poses the following question at the beginning of her talk: What is the correlation between your own personal use of Web technologies and the way you use them in the classroom? Well, what is it for me? The … Continue reading

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Faculty Academy 2007: One School to Rule them All

Well, it’s hard to believe, but the University of Mary Washington’s Faculty Academy is just five short days away -May 16th and 17th. For those of you who may be new to it, this is a unique event that has … Continue reading

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