Monthly Archives: April 2006

An interactive color theory game

John sent me this great interactive game for learning colors. COLOR box : a color theory game looks kind of like tetris, but instead of focusing on shapes, the object of the game is to use the additive color system … Continue reading

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Creating teaching aids with Squidoo

An intriguing example/experiment with the Squidoo web service as a teaching tool. The “lens” is in this case a sort of shareable, comment enabled organized bookmark list. It kind of reminds me of a more interactive the bibliographic section of … Continue reading

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CTL Workshop at the Fleming Museum

I’m finally, finally getting around to making this post about the recent CTL-sponsored workshop at the Fleming Museum. Well-attended and really interesting, it was led by Evelyn Hankins, Curator and Margaret Tamulonis, Manager of Collections.

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Colleague Tea: Web Tools for Teaching

Last Friday’s Colleague Tea brought together 7 people to discuss some of the web tools currently available at UVM that can be used in teaching. We had a nice mix of participants, with some having used one tool, others having … Continue reading

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Blogging the Classroom – A Tea Party

Yesterday we held another of our Colleague Tea events, this one entitled “Blogs at UVM“. It was a cozy group, with only about five or six people attending, but it was a lively and enlightening discussion. I think everyone left … Continue reading

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What banners?

About those banner images at the top of the site here… The idea started when we were designing the whole thing with the first banner, the cows. The image was great, but we needed a way to display “CTL” or … Continue reading

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