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September 18, 2023

ChatGPT does take-home assignments – but can it do citations?

What happens when ChatGPT is asked to find sources on a particular topic? Spoiler: it makes them up.


January 16, 2012

Wired Campus

I receive the daily emails from Wired Campus, a blog part of The Chronicle of Higher Education. Their articles are great stories and reflections on “the latest news on tech and education.”Here are some of my favorites from recent postings:Debating…


August 8, 2011

Students speak about professors’ technology skills

From The Chronicle of Higher Education, “Video Forum: Students Assess Their Professors’ Technology Skills” This was an interesting conversation, on many levels. First, this interview with four college students was conducted through Google+ and recorded with a screen capture program….


July 3, 2011

The National Jukebox from The Library of Congress

One of the research projects I have with an undergraduate researcher involves embedding audio clips from the Smithsonian Folkways website into Google Earth placemarks (see Teaching World Music with Geospatial Technology). But a May 2011 article from The Chronicle of…


Chronicle article – Using Twitter and QR Codes at Conferences

After seeing such a visible presence of QR codes at the beginning of presentations and at posters, and witnessing the flood of tweets with the conference hashtag at #ISTE11, I was reminded of this article I saw in the Chronicle…


May 5, 2011

Your online presence is not yet welcomed here

I read this article with great fascination. It is from the Chronicle of Higher Education and was included in the daily Wired Campus announcements that I receive via email.A College Unfriends its Social-Networking President (LINK)At first, I didn’t understand the…