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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…


July 16, 2011

QR codes for art museums, elm trees and tombstones

I’m coming across an explosion of websites and uses for QR codes. Cybrary Man’s Educational Web Site offers an extensive list of links to sites and suggestions for the educational uses of QR codes. I particularly enjoyed the QR Literature…


July 3, 2011

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…


April 5, 2011

GeoTalk and Better Posters

It seems that quite suddenly, via Twitter, some great resources were having attention drawn to them. All too often, students (and faculty!) struggle with the best ways to disseminate information. Here are two blogs, and more specifically two entries from…