Archive | November, 2010

Exploring the iPad for use in Higher Education

The iPad is often touted as a revolutionary new means of computing, but what exactly does that mean? How does one explore the capabilities of a device which changes with the apps which may be loaded? Should we be exploring the iPad as a device? Or, should we explore the educational experiences which might be […]

Haiku and Digital Storytelling

Image by Frida Eyjolfs http://www.flickr.com/photos/tesse/5129238246/ Yesterday, Narrative Magazine invited submissions to the second annual Haiku contest for a poem incorporating the theme of the fall season. (http://www.narrativemagazine.com/node/58211). This 5-7-5-syllable form of writing once again tugged at me to visualize Waterfowl swimming through gray rocks and rising fog rise in autumn flight. Today, the muse continues […]