There’s nothing to make a late evening of grading more enjoyable than coming across this story while doing a wee bit of websurfing on the side. I’m still smiling…. Found via the always interesting Huffington Post.
Well, it sounds like universities are signing up for iTunes U in droves, in Canada as well as in the US. Many people I talked to are enthused about the possibility, though many of us also have some reservations. My colleague Richard Parent and I had an interesting chat the other day about whether or [...]
This posting from Michael Feldstein’s e-Literate blog discusses some of the reasons that I’m excited about the imminent arrival of iTunes University at UVM. For me, this will be a perfect way of distributing content to my students. I’m not sure yet how I might use this to distribute copyrighted material to my TAP students [...]
Trust my friend and colleague Philip Baruth to have the most hilarious take on the Cheney quail hunting incident this past weekend. Philip’s dead-on as usual. If you’ve not checked out Vermont Daily Briefing yet, it’s well worth adding to your list of daily sites to visit. There’s even a bit of Canadian content there [...]
Thanks to the always interesting MoorishGirl blog, I came across this article by Margaret Atwood in Sunday’s Washington Post. Atwood talks about her experiences last summer teaching writing in a two-week camp for young Inuit women. Her description of the camp on Southhampton Island, an “island is as large as Switzerland and has one settlement, [...]