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October 13, 2011

Tech reflections from #GSAMinn

From October 9-11, I attended the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America in Minneapolis, MN. Although I usually blog about how technology can be used to enhance teaching, some of the more impressive uses of technology were in…



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September 26, 2011

Tweeting Haiku

This 2010 NPR story titled Haiku Takes To Twitter, 140 Characters At A Time and 2009 NPR story titled Twitterers Message by Haiku remind me of my own haiku/Twitter experience earlier this year. I even created a Storify about it,…



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July 17, 2011

Initial thoughts on Storify

To me, Storify is an interesting way to capture what is being published online, whether by an individual or an organization, about a particular topic. I’ve just scratched the surface myself, experimenting with Storify to compile tweets and/or images. You…



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July 7, 2011

#PicturingScience #AMNHtweetup

On July 7, I went to my very first tweetup. It was at the American Museum of Natural History for their new exhibit, Picturing Science. I created a Storify about the experience….



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June 30, 2011

ISTE 2011 – Not-Your-Average Tweets

With such an enormous volume of tweets at ISTE 2011, it is not surprising that there would be “fun” tweets mixed in with the serious/academic tweets documenting conference content.So, in honor of Social Media Day… a Storify from #ISTE11 that…



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June 29, 2011

ISTE 2011 through the Tweets of Undergraduate Researchers

My first Storify… story? I don’t know what to call it, but this was fun to put together (and very easy). Note that you will have to click on “Load More” at the bottom of the page to view the…



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May 8, 2011

AMNH + Twitter = connecting with Leakey + Johanson

On Wednesday, May 4, I saw this tweet by the American Museum of Natural History (@AMNH):I was THRILLED to see that this talk between two amazing paleoanthropologists, Donald Johanson and Richard Leakey, was going to be shown online with a…



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