Archive for January, 2010

Transferring old Moodle courses

As the Spring semester approaches, I have been transferring some of my Moodle course materials from previous semesters into the courses that I will be teaching this semester.¬† This is pretty easy to do, but I always forget to make sure the format of my current course matches the format of my old course before […]

Podcasts on teaching and learning

The Vanderbilt Center for Teaching has podcasts available, covering topics such as, the use of Google Earth for projects, journal clubs, podcasting in the classroom, and time management  (via Teaching Commons).

Resources and inspiration

As you prepare for your Spring courses, if you ask yourself, “I wonder if there is a web application that can do X,” then be sure to check out this list of education-related resources. Also, if you need some inspiration, take a break and view some of these lectures. Update: Shortly after publishing this post, […]

Predictions for 2010

As 2010 begins, those interested in instruction and technology have been making their predictions for what the year may bring.  They are not always in agreement. Google Wave is already set to become a very popular tool this year. Wave languishes in techie backwaters.