Everyday Software As Website Builders

Woodcarving tools on top of a table being carved.
Last week, I explored building websites using Google Docs. Since you can export a .html version of your document from GDocs, you can upload and host this file to any web server. In other words, this document can be hosted on my domain like so: gdocwebsite.keeganslw.com. Everyday Software As Website Builders Google Docs is not […]

Writing for an Audience: One Simple Writing Trick That Will Save You Every Time

In all my grading rubrics, there’s a specific percentage of assignment points allotted to the audience. Basically, I want to see how well my students have addressed the concerns their audience has. Because writing for an audience is all about making sure you’ve addressed what your audience needs. Because if you haven’t addressed the concerns […]

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Facilitating Events At OU, Logistically – CTE Manual

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Teaching is my favorite part of my job—hands down. Yet, working in faculty development, there are significant logistical considerations that must be addressed every time I want to experience the joy of teaching. Over the last few years I’ve streamlined my approach to the logistics that precede my teaching engagements on campus. This is an […]

10 Notable Ideas From InstructureCON 2016

inflatable panda on a pond in Colorado under a blue, cloudy sky.
I’m aware that this post is overdue since InstructureCON concluded two months ago, but I wanted to share a few ideas from the conference. If you prefer a breakdown of the sessions I attended, I recommend checking out John Stewart’s eleven posts linked in his concluding reflection. EdCamp – InstructureCON Un-Conference 1. Canvas Mentor Professors: This … Continue reading 10 Notable Ideas From InstructureCON 2016