Category Archives: Presentations

Wikipedia in the Classroom

Bumping this post up to the top for the OU Academic Tech Expo presentation!  (as an aside, just was in a G+ discussion about using PPT in teaching/classes and how much I don’t like closed slides – so am posting my presentation here as well as extra links).

Wikipedia – what is it and why should I learn to love it?

So we know students are going to Wikipedia, it is time to learn to love it!


Here are the links from the original post made for the OU TSI…..

This morning, John Stewart and I are giving a panel presentation at the OU Teaching Scholars Initiative.  We have pulled together a lot of links that we plan to share, and I though I would post them here as well.


How to Wiki:

Writing in the Classroom

How Wikipedia is used:

First year as an OER Coordinator – a look back…

First year as an OER Coordinator – a look back…

I am presenting today at the Open Education Conference in DC today – so very excited they have a library track this year!!!  Last year way my first OpenEd and I LOVED it – learned so much that I have been able to use in my first year as an OER coordinator.  I am really honored toContinue Reading

Open Education Week Wrap-up

Well, I am a bit late on my re-cap of last week, but I spent the first part of this week in Houston at the OpenStaxCNX conference – more on that later…so I am just catching up. We had a great Open Education Week here at OU – here are some highlights… Dr. Kurt Gramoll’sContinue Reading