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How to Create Awareness for Your Cause

People do amazing things everyday. The problem is that most people never see them or hear about them. Creating a buzz is essential to gaining active followers and supporters. Here are just a few tips to help in raising awareness for your cause or project: Create Open Information No one who wants to know about […]

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Weekly WordPress Challenge 3: ITC

Good Morning ITCs, I hope everyone had a nice, abbreviated week because of fall break. WordPress Challenge 3: Add widgets to your WordPress page and then write a post about which widgets you selected and why. You can add widgets in the dashboard by going to Appearance>Widgets. Each theme will have different options for how […]

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Weekly WordPress Challenge 2: ITC

Hey Guys, Thanks to all of those who followed me last week for our first weekly WordPress challenge. Your challenge for week 2 is as follows: Add content to your “about” or “bio” page and include an appropriate picture of yourself and at least 1 other graphic that you feel represents you or something you […]

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Applications of the E-portfolio

Many universities are implementing e-portfolios in some capacity. The purposes of e-portfolios fall into roughly one of three main categories. The first type of e-portfolio involves using the space to learn reflectively. This type is prevalent in teacher preparation programs. The second type of e-portfolio is used to help the institution with assessment. The third […]

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A New Look at Reading and Writing Assignments

While communication technology has changed rapidly over the last thirty years, our modes of teaching students to be communicative have changed very little. The essay still seems to be the time-tested standard in many areas of the humanities and the social sciences.┬áIncreasingly, students in public schools are exposed to informational media that is published digitally, […]

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Using Cloud Computing for Collaborative Research Projects

The use of cloud computing in a collaborative research setting provides both student and teacher a more ready means of written communication. Students are able to collaborate together more effectively by sharing written documents via Google Docs or Dropbox. It also allows the instructor an inside look at how students function collaboratively, providing them with […]

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Soccer = Most Intense Workout Ever/ Screw P90X

During my childhood, I played about every sport imaginable for at least a few years except one: soccer, or as my amigos hispan0hablantes call it, futbol, or football for you linguistically challenged folks. I never imagined that one sport could drain as much of your energy and stamina as quickly as this sport does. As […]

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Summer 2011

I have been enjoying spending more time outdoors this summer. Being surrounded by nature though certainly helps, as does having an Australian Shepard that requires frequent walks. I feel a bit like Thoreau living out here in the country, waking up to a flock of Turkeys scavenging through my field the other morning. There were […]

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Welcome to my portfolio. Please navigate to the About page to get a better understanding of why this site exists and how it is set up.

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