Tag Archives: reading

Just Call Me Old School

I just started my first online “course” as a student, a two-week “Boot Camp for Teaching Online” offered through my university’s online teaching instructional design folks. I’ve been teaching online courses for at least five years–at least that’s as far … Continue reading

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The Big D

Allie at Hyperoble and a Half  stopped posting for about 18 months, from October 2011 until May 2013. When she returned she posted the most accurate description of depression I have ever read. If you know someone who suffers from … Continue reading

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More Readers, More Reading

Jeremy Greenfield, Editorial Director of Digital Book World, asks in “Will More People Read Books Because of E-Books? Publishers Not So Optimistic,” As more people buy e-readers and tablet computer sales continue to grow, will more people read books than … Continue reading

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E-Reading

One of the things I get to do during the summer and semester breaks is read for fun. It’s not that I’m otherwise reading deprived, but rather than this time of year I have time to read non-work related stuff. … Continue reading

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