Reading Time: 4 minutesThis post is inspired by Annemarie Perez who asked me on Twitter how DigPedLab UMW was going for ME. No one, I think, explicitly asked me in that way, how an event was going for me, when I was virtual. … Continue reading →
Note: I had fun writing this post with Wendy Taleo, who hosted the Virtually Connecting session. A ping from Wendy Taleo drew me out of my teaching-grading cave to the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia (HERDSA) conference this Wednesday, July 6, also a Hari Raya Puasa public holiday in Singapore. Though … [Read more…]
“Change is the law of life. Those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” John F. Kennedy It’s always been important for me to plan ahead. In my personal life, I’ve steadily organized details … Continue reading →
Reading Time: 3 minutesEvery year in April is an OLC Conference that somehow regularly exceeds ky expectations of how I can participate virtually at a conference. This year is no exception and it’s still day 1! For background, in 2014 my et4online was … Continue reading →
The last time I was physically present in Perth, Australia, was an angsty period in my life. It was the one and only time that I had permed my hair (see pic below). Today, I encountered Perth again — virtually! Through the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning and Tertiary Education Conference (#ASCILITE2015). [Note: Transcript is on […]
EDUCAUSE. The Big One.
I’ve not been to the Big EDUCAUSE since 2004, in Denver. Back then I had more hair, less weight, a clunkier laptop, a blog only 1 year old. They were heady times. My visual memories are the massive main auditorium, having t…