After scouring the web for way too long, it became time to make the design for my table. Despite great aspirations to make my table really cool and something unique, I ultimately decided to try to make my design as simple as possible since this is my first go round at this. I ended up […]
In ECMP 455, we are all picking some sort of technology or tool and making a short presentation about it to our classmates. Initially, I was going to discuss how iPods could be used in math education, much like I did for my final ECMP 355 project, Math + iPods. I wanted to do something […]
This week in ECMP 355 we have been sent out to investigate our current digital footprint. When I first search for my name in Google’s search engine, only one link relating to myself shows up. It is a link to Dan Meyer’s blog post, Redesigned: Kyle Webb. Everything else on the first page does not […]
Recently, after being immersed in the wonders of Google I found out I could upload my pictures to a Google site called Picasa (much like you can with Flickr). I then got into it and noticed that it was taking forever to upload them through my browser and noticed that I could download a program […]
After Lisa Thumann introduced my ECMP 355 class to iGoogle, our class went out and started exploring it. After playing with it for quite a while I created a page that included pictures from my Google Picasa Web Photos, my Google Reader, a to-do list, a Google Scholar search box, my Google Docs, my Delicious […]
I want to get a feel for how others study. What seems to work and what doesn’t. I’ve created a quick survey for you to fill out. Loading… Thanks! I’ll share my results as soon as I get enough information!