Archive for the ‘Technology Integration & Media Applications’ Category

Digital Natives Timeline

March 31st, 2010 by admin 0

This timeline was created using HTML, Google Spreadsheets, and MIT’s SIMILE script to create a timeline to show when internet and social networking technologies were created in relation to when the “Digital Native” generation was born.
Click here to access the timeline.

Social Media: Podcasts

March 31st, 2010 by admin 0

I created three podcasts as part of a series about Microsharing. The podcasts can be accessed here.

Social Media: Corporate Blog

March 30th, 2010 by admin 0

I created the blog Adventures in Corporate Education so that I could reflect on my graduate studies and how they impacted my job as a technical training developer. The blog was syndicated by Tony Karrer’s eLearning Learning, and I also became one of EMC’s official bloggers. This blog currently has about 450 subscribers, [...]

eLearning Module: Twitter for Business 101

March 30th, 2010 by admin 0

This eLearning module was created using PowerPoint and the Articulate publishing suite.

Document: Using Social Networking to Enhance Learning in a Corporate Environment

March 28th, 2010 by admin 0

Using Social Networking to Enhance Learning in a Corporate Environment

Social Media – Executive Functioning Wiki on Moodle

February 20th, 2010 by admin 0

This wiki was created on a Moodle instance that I built. The goal of the wiki was to have adults on the Autism spectrum add their tips on dealing with executive functioning issues. Click here to access the wiki.
produsage1-ExecutiveFunctioningDeficitResourcesWiki

Social Media – Class Blog

February 20th, 2010 by admin 0

For EME 6635, a class that focused on Web 2.0 technologies, we were required to keep a blog. We had writing prompts each week. We also read and commented on our classmates’ blogs.
I have blogged for several years, and I have held the opinion for a long time that blogging is an excellent way to [...]

Greenwashing Reseach Paper

February 20th, 2010 by admin 1

This research paper investigated the question: If people want to be green consumers, do they actually purchase green cleaning supplies?” We used a wiki to organize our team.
Green Washing Project

CSCL

February 20th, 2010 by admin 0

CSCL is Computer Supported Collaborative Learning. For this project, our group created a wiki that hosted our research on CSCL, and a mind map. The nodes on the mind map are clickable, and are each hyper-linked to a separate page on the collaborative research wiki.