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Category Archives: Academia
Week 1 of Curtis Bonk’s Massively Open Online Course about teaching online is all about motivation. The main article assigned/discussed was the chapter “Well Leave the Light on for You: Keeping Learners Motivated in Online Courses,” which is from a book … Continue reading
As The Chronicle and Inside Higher Ed both reported, The MLA has come out with “new guidelines” urging the consideration of digital work in the review, tenure, and promotion process for English department faculty. Which is good, I guess. But as I … Continue reading
I’ve been teaching at least some of my classes online since 2005 and I’ve been using various other online tools (what I’ve heard described as “blended” learning, whatever that means) for a lot longer than that. But I’ve never taken … Continue reading
There’s been a couple of interesting developments in higher education news in the last couple of days that has me thinking more about how the “education” part of things in colleges and universities actually works. First, there’s the announcement that … Continue reading
My semester has been complicated, mostly by a search that is still not completed, some teaching challenges, and some department poly-ticks I won’t be describing in any great detail. So in a lot of ways, the CCCCs this year was … Continue reading
Here’s a link to the Google Sites page I’ve set up for my CCCCs in St. Louis talk, “Amateur Auteurs: The Problems of Teaching and Assessing Multimedia in Writing Classes Amateur Auteurs: The Challenge of Producing and Publishing Multimedia Scholarship in … Continue reading
I don’t know Geoffrey Sirc. I have met him, I think, but that’s about it. The only other thing of his I have read (other than the essay that is the topic of this CCCarnival, his CCC article “Resisting Entropy”) is … Continue reading
It’s not often that Michael Bérubé responds specifically to me, as he does here in the comments on this post on the blog Crooked Timber called “More about adjuncts.” I don’t expect anyone to read all those links, so to very briefly summarize: … Continue reading
The other day on the WPA-L mailing list (this is the main electronic mailing list/exchange in the composition and rhetoric world), Bump Halbritter announced the CCC Online, version (edition?) 1.1. Here’s a link to the public table of contents. Since … Continue reading