bookmarks for March 29th, 2013 through April 12th, 2013

22 Thoughts on Automated Grading of Student Writing | Inside Higher Ed – I love it. The idea that teaching and evaluating written work can be done as a computer algorithm is a  mind-saver. Why? Reading is boring. Automate now. I have videos to watch. My favorite thought is #7:” The only motivations for even… Continue reading bookmarks for March 29th, 2013 through April 12th, 2013

bookmarks for December 20th, 2011 through December 28th, 2011

Man sued for keeping company Twitter followers – One for Weblogs and Wikis and A&E: "Corporate control of Twitter accounts has been a highly debated subject. Legal experts believe this latest case could set a precedent for future ownership tussles." – (twitter IP socialmedia ) Twitter Etiquette: In A Little More Than 140 Characters –… Continue reading bookmarks for December 20th, 2011 through December 28th, 2011

bookmarks for January 8th, 2011

Welcome to Quora. Do Yourself a Favor… Slow Down – Some instruction for noobs. Terse in places, a little narrow in others, but it defines one of the safer paths to take while you find your way around. See the apologia, too, if you want to see the culture in action: http://www.quora.com/Lucretia-M-Pruitt/Im-not-the-boss-of-you-Im-not-the-teller-of-you-what-to-do – (en3177 etiquette… Continue reading bookmarks for January 8th, 2011

bookmarks for July 24th, 2010 through July 27th, 2010

Welcome to The Nethernet – Some profs using this as an incentive. I prefer my good and evil fully baked. – (twwt socialpractices gaming ) Challenging the Presentation Paradigm (in 6 minutes, 40 seconds): Pecha Kucha – 20 sides running automatically for 20 secs each, each slide containing one graphic or one phrase. The numbers… Continue reading bookmarks for July 24th, 2010 through July 27th, 2010