5 Teaching Tips to Infuse Technology into Lessons

By Kelly Kilpatrick Teaching is a challenging job for sure, one that requires dedication, commitment, and planning. Managing your time and planning lessons can be difficult indeed. However, infusing a bit of technology into your lessons from time to [more]

Digital Storytelling and Second Life

By Leena Pendharkar Web 2.0, or the second wave of the Internet explosion, has brought with it an unprecedented level of media consciousness. While corporations have controlled film, television and music in the past, Web 2.0 has fostered [more]

A Professor’s Perspective on Virtual Worlds

by Heather Joseph-Witham, Ph.D. During the fall of 2006, I received a generous Fletcher Jones grant through the Otis College of Art and Design TLC (teaching and learning center) in order to take the time to delve into academic concepts regarding [more]

Technology Matters (Or does it? [Of course it does!])

In a recent WASC-related conversation I was having with Sue Maberry, I apparently slipped into a trance-like state and began waxing all technological, commenting on the various ways the computer, the Internet, the smart classrooms, etc., have changed [more]