SINCE IRELAND APPEARS to be on the path of increasing incidences of COVID, I'm planning interventions that take students outside or following steps to open exterior doors even as the temperatures drop. The science supports my interventions.
EVEN THOUGH I can support students in their acclamation of the value of remote learning, the default position at my university is to learn inside our four walls (with the windows and doors wide open to fight COVID, of course). I surveyed students about what they found most useful while learning remotely for more than a year. I think many of their ideas will serve them well in their pursuit of lifelong learning.
THANKS TO HELPFUL analytics, I learn how students use the Sharepoint Sites that connect our university academic modules to Microsoft Teams and Moodle.
Big Reveal: Students use our electronic assets before sunrise to rewind academic materials. The screenshot shows (1) students are accessing Sharepoint assets between 2AM and 4AM and (2) there is an upward trend in people using Sharepoint's links to find lecture notes, audio clips, video files, and assessment materials.
AFTER A HALF HOUR of reading FAQ files and watching video tutorials, I believe that learning the email campaign capability enabled by SensorPro.net is tantamount to earning a BSc in Content Marketing. The SensorPro services are powerful, GDPR-compliant, and highly sophisticated.
I've integrated them into three separate academic modules with the creative media university students I train. My students will benefit from the world class service standards and privacy protection guidelines of SensorPro.
THERE IS A LOT of cross-talk among some of my friends, some in the word cloud above, when they're put into Facebook jail or when friends of theirs are deplatformed. I wonder if you've ever fallen into any of those spaces? This is something I've been considering since 2008. 
I WORK ALONGSIDE some of the most creative students in Ireland. I've noticed their overall quality of work improves dramatically during collaborative projects like the body of work generated by Marvin Rosner and Rokas Jonusas.
WE ARE BACK on the Clonmel Digital Campus and enjoying an exceptionally reliable suite of online support services. Since this is the first time a new cohort of students has met me, I think it's important to offer a quick overview of the online spaces I use when teaching Media Writing to creatives.
I HAVE STARTED using Amplenote and wonder how its content behaves when embedded and when served as a URL slug. I'm trying to share an Amplenote that I've started concerning Clonmel Digital students on their work placements. If the embed code works correctly, this blog post will show work in progress as I update content on my Note 9.
The tick boxes are part of a process used in task management services. In my case, I'm ticking boxes when I have completed 360 feedback with students whose work I've monitored during an exceptionally challenging period of COVID restrictions.
ACCORDING TO TWITTER, I am interested in items I like, retweet, or comment upon. According to YouTube, I'm interested in things that lead to the highest paid advertisements. Facebook's [algorithm] has lost its way, totally subordinating Facebook Group activity for mindless emotive musings of my friends. I count on Instagram to serve me advertisements of things I try to buy locally.