Tag / technology

Case Jam: Facebook in the Classroom

I’m really excited and fortunate to be involved in a whole lot of stuff at Algonquin College these days. In addition to teaching part time in the Interactive Multimedia Developer program, I’m also teaching online courses in Digital Communication and Social Media in Business, and Jester Creative is working with the college to produce a...CONTINUE READING

Technology in the Classroom: My Midterm Report

Ah, the halfway point. Classes are in full swing, students are eagerly working away on projects, and I always take a bit of time to reflect on where things are at so far. This semester, I’ve been spending a considerable amount of time contemplating the role of social media and technology in the classroom. Here...CONTINUE READING

How to Incorporate Emerging Technologies to your Teaching Today

I was thinking back to the first time I was in college, back in 1988 (ooh. I’m really dating myself now). There were no computers in the classroom. We lugged around armloads of textbooks and binders with foolscap clicked into them. There were no text messages coming in on our mobile phones to distract us...CONTINUE READING

Am I Breaking Up with Social Media?

It’s not you…it’s me. In 2007, I was introduced to social media at Podcamp Toronto. I happened upon a group of amazing people, many of whom I’m happy to call good friends today. What they were doing that weekend was remarkable. They were figuring out new ways to communicate, collaborate, do business, and build communities....CONTINUE READING
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The Secret of Successful Communities

This morning I sat down over tea and cookies with two of the most interesting, creative and smart people I know. We’ve all been friends for years and years – since I was just a wide-eyed kid embarking on my first real TV job. My friend’s basement office was like some sort of secret lair,...CONTINUE READING
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