As we celebrate this Christmas, let us remember the important gift we have received: unconditional love from The Lord above. More importantly, let us share this love with others. Hold your family and friends close and treat strangers with kindness and charity. Merry Christmas!
The earth seems to have dimmed since Friday when 20 innocent souls were ripped from this life too soon. Many of us have cried tears of anguish. Many of us have tried to contain our anger. Many of us have thought about never letting our babies out of our sights again. Most of us are […]
A couple of weeks ago I trekked down to Virginia to attend a forum on the future of higher education that was being held at George Mason University. I was nervous because I’ve never traveled to a conference alone, but I was determined to go despite my nervousness. I am so glad that I went. […]
Digital Story Books. See how I used StoryKit to create a very important message!
I am so excited about all of the things I have learned this semester in UDSNF12, but this is by far one of my favorite things that I have done! After making a meme using Flickr and a meme generator, I was inspired to create something from that meme. So, I used my iPad and the StoryKit […]
My tool exploration project involves the use of twitter for research. I have always dreaded teaching research to students, and then trying to get access to the library’s database was always tricky for students to do at home. Twitter is something they understand and use readily. I became interested in this topic when this post […]
I have never been daunted by copyrights. I guess this is for a couple of reasons. First, nothing in the modern world is completely original. Ancient texts, for instance The Bible, have influenced writers, artists, musicians, etc. for centuries. Even Shakespeare is criticized for “borrowing” plots. So what’s the big deal? Ultimately, it revolves around […]