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Back At Work & On The Air

By |June 20th, 2018|cte, EdTech|

Man walking with work clothes and brief case in hand.
This is my first full week back to the office and I am feeling great so far. I have a lot of catching up to do, but after that I’m looking forward to planing the upcoming semester! One special thing that’s happened this week is Adam invited me to be on his and Ralph’s Media and […]

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Back At Work & On The Air

By |June 20th, 2018|cte, EdTech|

Man walking with work clothes and brief case in hand.
This is my first full week back to the office and I am feeling great so far. I have a lot of catching up to do, but after that I’m looking forward to planing the upcoming semester! One special thing that’s happened this week is Adam invited me to be on his and Ralph’s Media and […]

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Using Twine to Build My First Game

By |May 17th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Link: My Twine Game Almost two years ago, Keegan Long-Wheeler and John Stewart started a faculty learning community here at the University of Oklahoma called eXperience Play that focused on educational text-based games. In some ways, it was a sequel to a similar FLC focused on game-based learning titled GOBLIN, but XP was focused more […]

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Feeling Blessed And Loved, Even With Residual Tumor In My Head

By |May 14th, 2018|cte|

Coral pattern underwater that looks like a brain.
Last week was a big week for me. I finally got the staples removed from my head! (Read more about this in my last post.) But more importantly, I got the pathology results from the neurosurgeon. My tumor was benign rather than malignant. That means I won’t have to receive radiation at this time. (WAHOO!) […]

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Feeling Blessed And Loved, Even With Residual Tumor In My Head

By |May 14th, 2018|cte|

Coral pattern underwater that looks like a brain.
Last week was a big week for me. I finally got the staples removed from my head! (Read more about this in my last post.) But more importantly, I got the pathology results from the neurosurgeon. My tumor was benign rather than malignant. That means I won’t have to receive radiation at this time. (WAHOO!) […]

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My Podcasting Workflow with Amazon S3 and PowerPress

By |May 11th, 2018|JMC|

I just hit the publish button on the season finale of Media and the End of the World. I have to say, it’s been a lot of fun to experiment with the medium from both a media and technical perspective. One thing you learn being on both sides of the production is your ticks. For […]

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Chronicling My Brain Surgery

By |May 9th, 2018|cte|

Staples in my skull a couple weeks after my brain surgery.
I’m having trouble remembering all the details of my recent brain surgery, so I wanted to write down as much as I can recall. Here we go. What started out as a Tuesday night fever on April 24th had me in bed trying to cool down. Later that evening, I recall waking up in an […]

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Chronicling My Brain Surgery

By |May 9th, 2018|cte|

Staples in my skull a couple weeks after my brain surgery.
I’m having trouble remembering all the details of my recent brain surgery, so I wanted to write down as much as I can recall. Here we go. What started out as a Tuesday night fever on April 24th had me in bed trying to cool down. Later that evening, I recall waking up in an […]

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A quick thank you to a colleague

By |May 7th, 2018|Uncategorized|

Yesterday, Mark Morvant, former executive director and my former supervisor in the OU Center for Teaching Excellence, publicly announced that he is leaving OU having accepted a position as the Associate Vice President for Academic Administration at Tarleton State University. I hope to not embarrass Mark by writing some version of a eulogy, but I […]

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Annotating EdTech Terms of Service

By |April 25th, 2018|Conferences|

This is part two in my wrap up posts from OLC Innovate 2018. My third and final presentation was demoing and gathering feedback on a framework and tool that Amy Collier and I have been developing over the past few months. This idea started after a panel presentation that Amy and I  were on at […]

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