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I’m preparing syllabi for the fall term (we don’t start until after Labor Day, happily), and I’m mulling over including the section after the break, “What do grades mean?” This isn’t coming from any specific exigence– not even my less than … Continue reading
Yes, you read that right: I’m posting a recipe for a very delicious/vegan/low-fat kale recipe. Why? Because I’ve made this a couple of times for different events (including a graduation party we went to last night) and people tend to … Continue reading
A break from all the MOOC posting (though I have a brief another one of those in me I might get to yet today) to share a Flickr set and an update on the gardening for 2013. Part of what … Continue reading
The end of English Composition I from Coursera/Duke is near, and I’ll be sure to write something up about that in the next week or so– probably after the Computers and Writing Conference coming up this weekend. The short version … Continue reading
A couple of Fridays ago (I originally started writing this post about a week and a half ago), I went to the reading group that my colleague Derek Mueller is sponsoring/hosting right now. It’s been a good bit of outreach with … Continue reading
It’s been months since I’ve posted anything here that relates to “life,” so in the spirit of taking a day off from school (mostly), I thought I’d write a bit about the story of our front yard garden. Annette and … Continue reading
Here’s another in what is becoming quite a series of MOOC-oriented posts: after my first quasi-MOOC experience earlier this spring, I’ve once again enrolled in another massive online open class, Coursera’s “Listening to World Music.” Let me preface this with … Continue reading
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In no particular order: I remember that on the morning of 9/11/01, I had mowed the lawn and had some kind of cold or allergies or something. Then I came in and turned on the TV just by chance and … Continue reading