I'M USING OFFICE SWAY to summarise every major teaching moment during the fall semester of 2018. That means I will cover Media Writing, Project Management, Critical and Creative Thinking, and Web Analytics through responsive Office Sways.
ONE OF THE MOST commonly requested items from my digital archive is video footage, still imagery, and audio from the River Suir. So I'm using http://bit.ly/suirlinks as a simple URL that directs people to this page. I know this collateral will be helpful for projects endorsed by the Tipperary County Council.
FOR THE PAST two years, I've paid to read and hear reports from the press pits of America because the reality distortion coming from many corners of Twitter and Facebook is so divisive. Today, I noticed I've two paid accounts for the Washington Post--something I never would have permitted before the Trump era. So you could say that the raucous noise of American politics has nudged me to become more interested in actual facts, not the staged events that diminish understanding of important issues.
I woke up this morning frustrated that I simply haven’t been writing across my various sites. In theory I am a “writer”, but I haven’t been writing! And as I wrote in My 3 Words for 2018: “because if I don't write... the stories build up inside of me until they want to explode like a pressure cooker without a relief valve. Writing is my relief valve. I need to do it.”
So I said to myself- I know, I will impose a new rule on myself... no social media usage until I publish something new! A blog post, a podcast episode (such as my The Dan York Report short audio segments), an article on some site (ex CircleID), a longer update on a social site... something.... anything.... BEFORE I get sucked into the vortex of social media updates.
And I will start with a blog post like this one...
ONE OF THE important calls to action I enjoyed during the 2018 ICT in Education Conference came from several attendees who told me I need to push out more information about drones (UAVs). So I've started looking at places to publish my findings.
THE END of another four year segment of my teaching career has arrived and along with all the pressures of final exams comes the celebratory moments of reviewing final year projects in the Limerick School of Art & Design. I cherish this juncture because it often marks an important point in my professional development since I use the time to learn from students.
I AM WORKING with a group of digital media students to recap a semester of work and thought it would be good to see if they could help co-author a Sway. The main points originate from a syllabus in digital media and e-commerce. The research in the Digital Media Recap Sway emerged during a full year of study.
I'm trying to embed the Sway as an iframe and as a link ecause one of the main purposes of co-authoring is to highlight the power of online collaboration. There's more below the fold.