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The paradox of time… (in university)

As you may have already guessed, my timeline is off for the ideal live version of my Journey to the Centre of Campus blog series. Time doesn’t make sense as it flies by, yet other moments seem to last an eternity. 579 more words

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Machine Embroidery Unit 3 Texture Exercise

A few days ago I posted a drawing of tree bark.  It was the first part of an exercise on texture.  Today I completed the second part of the exercise.  210 more words

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Students resist attempts to prevent cheating during online tests

Students object to software designed to prevent cheating during online exams.

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Students at Rutgers University are balking at a new biometric software used in online classes that requires them to record their facial features, knuckles and photo ID.

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Weekly To Do List - February 23

To hold myself accountable, I’ll start posting weekly goals.

I know I already update on ROW80 progress, but I need a list to tick off and I need to be able to keep track. 232 more words


Observing care at Maimonides

New MSc Global Health Policy blogger Sandra writes:

Over the New Year period I embarked on a great adventure doing a three-week nursing observational period at the famous… 1,123 more words

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Distance Learning Machine Embroidery Unit 3

I’ve started working on the Distance Learning Machine Embroidery Unit 3.  The first section is all about Texture.

A few days ago I went for an enjoyable walk with my friend, Sandra, and her dog Bonnie.  362 more words

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What is CyberLearning and Why Should we Care?

by Bonnie Bracey Sutton

K-12 Teacher and Consultant


 I had a great time learning with this project.

A group of more than 150 research-based leaders in learning and technology participated in Cyberlearning 2015, a meeting sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF). 731 more words