This post wraps up another week of tips, tutorials, and commentary on pedagogy, productivity, and technology in higher education.
We certainly hope you found something interesting and/or useful among this week’s posts, which included:
- Natalie asked, “What do you want more of?” this summer.
- Mark explained “Planning a Class with Backward Design.”
- George reminded folks about the “Google Faculty Research Awards: 2011 Deadline.”
- Billie hosted “Teaching Carnival 4.10.”
- Guest Katy Meyers wrote “Announcing GradHacker.
- Amy asked, “Does Sparrow [a Mac Gmail client] Fly?”
- Brian showed tips for “Managing Tabs More Effectively in Firefox 4.”
- George offered “Some Pre-THATCamp Suggestions.”
- In the second installment of “My Online Summer,” I’m experiencing “False Starts.”
- Guests Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki described their plans for “Building a Born-Digital Edited Volume.”
- In the standing posts, George hosted an Open Thread Wednesday on “Sharing Syllabi,” while I wrapped things up with “Weekend Reading: First Summer Show Edition”.
Have a great week!
Photo by me.