I'm enjoying reading more in the federation. Here is a place that I can fork content without concern for the information architecture that results.
Director of Blended and Networked Learning, WSU Vancouver. Fedwiki evangelist.
I'm a faculty developer & teacher educator at the American University in Cairo's Center for Learning & Teaching (official title Associate Professor of Practice). I research a variety of things (see more in my About Me page ) I'm writing a new bio for here because I want to say even though I have MEd & PhD in Education, my undergrad was in Computer Science. I ran away from programming because I never really liked it, but I remember it, kind of ;) It's wonderful folks like you all who brought me back to the #edtech. Here is my December Journal
My working life began in programming in 1974 and finished when I retired two years ago from my job as a senior lecturer in Salford Business School. For the first year of my retirement, I was not sure that I wanted to do anything more than spend time on knitting, sewing, gardening and visiting new places but in this last year, I have grown into a role that I saw once on a conference badge, itinerant scholar. As I wander in our motorhome, and across the web, I find a new joy in scholarship freed from institutional constraints.
Director of eLearning and Instructional Design at Everett Community College
Cinema audience historian at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Sometime educational designer with a focus on spatial and navigational models for thinking and learning.
I’m the Innovation Technology Officer at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga , Australia. It’s a pretty cool title and I basically make, think, help, support, train and advise on technology in education. I have a background in graphic design, multimedia and web design and have a passion for exploring new technologies and the opportunities they bring.