Kickstarter is one of my favorite sites to find new innovative gadgets that haven’t hit the market. Arqball Spin was one of those products that intrigued me back in May with not only its software for iOS creating 360 spins but the innovative custom stage. Recently, I received my custom stage to try. Check out all my backed projects on Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/profile/professorjosh Arqball Spin is a 360° photography solution that
Social media has been embraced by the majority of conferences and events happening in education, blogging, and technology. Social media has become both a resources for networking with peers and a source of backchannel communication to hear more, see more, and learn more. Here are a few tips and ideas for both event coordinators and attendees to increase your ability to network and learn from conferences through social media. Hashtags
Have you ever tweeted using the @ reply at the beginning of a tweet but wanted it to be shared with all your followers? Starting a tweet with @username will only show up in their connect and on the feeds of those following both you and the person you reply to in the tweet. The tweet will remain in your feed but won’t show up in all your followers feeds.
STEMtech Continued Review – The adventures of Professor Josh at STEMtech 2010 (Don’t think I’ll get a movie deal out of this) The session Avoid Death by Lecture: Wake’em and Shake’em with Technology was one of my first sessions of the day. This was presenter by EPI instructors from Polk State College which focused mainly on interacting with students with technology in class. This is really good information to pass
On Wednesday 9/22/10 at 10:35 a.m. I presented at the FAEDS conference in Orlando, the title Millennials, Social Media, and Education: Connecting with Your Students. I presented with my totally awesome co-presenter Dr. Lisa Macon (Professor and Faculty Council Prez at Valencia). We planned to do this presentation at a few other conference in November – STEMtech, Sloan-C (hopefully), and FACC Convention but were offer the chance to try this
Yes, Social Media is here! Yes, your grandparents are using it! Yes, it’s a great way to network, find jobs, and stay connected! I had a few interesting conversations with other fellow educators and professionals about social media in the last few weeks and why some people just don’t get what it’s all about. 1st Question: Why doesn’t someone use it? I’m not talking why someone doesn’t use it like