I’ve been fumbling to deliver this story since I first encountered it some six years ago. Here’s the rub: as the story indicates, there’s an effective way to learn to tell a story and a not so effective way. The
I signed up for an edX MOOC thinking it was going to focus on that period of history between the fall of the Roman Empire and the rise of the Middle Ages. It turned out to be a survey course
Here is a rather bizarrely alarmist analysis, from a think-tank in the Netherlands (GEFIRA). It was referenced by a pundit for whom I have (literally) the greatest respect — so I wanted to give it proper due diligence. GEFIRA is
One Hundred Thousand Beating Hearts from Peter Byck on Vimeo. Bluffton is a town in Clay County, Georgia, United States. A bluff is a high, steep bank, as by a river or the sea, or beside a ravine or plain;
I’ve just wrapped up the January 2017 Teaching with Moodle workshop. They host them twice a year. The next one’s in June, I will probably wait until next January to sample the Heisenberg. A few fast facts: Moodle is an
Did you hear that one about the Emirati with a heart condition? I say “heart condition” because he came 7,099 miles from Abu Dhabi to visit the Cleveland Clinic — and they’re famous for treating heart conditions. The clinic is
Project 2021 at the University of Texas-Austin: On Building a 21st Century Educational Infrastructure in 5 Years from Arizona State University on Vimeo.