About that Face to Face Book Group: On Reading and Writing

I live on the edge of a very small town in Sussex County, Virginia. It is the home of those staples: peanuts and bacon. I moved here about five years ago and have spent most of that time working rather than getting involved in community life. This year, I decided I needed more non-work interaction … Continue reading About that Face to Face Book Group: On Reading and Writing Continue reading About that Face to Face Book Group: On Reading and Writing

Finding the Flow

Inspired by Donna Donner’s post 12 Month Human at Four O’Clock Faculty which I found on Twitter via Tamara Letter: I completely relate to @DonnaADonner in this post! Thought-provoking. Makes me want to write more! #iste2016 https://t.co/KACIDfwyYu — Tamara Letter (@HCPSTinyTech) July 5, 2016 I write a fair amount about living a life outside the … Continue reading Finding the Flow Continue reading Finding the Flow

Intention and Intentional Drift

My #oneword for 2016 is intention. For me, this means getting serious about some non-work goals around reading and writing.  Like Oliver Quinlan, I want to establish NEW habits, and they are about being intentional towards how I spend my non-work time. So far, so good: I reorganized my Facebook feed so I see posts … Continue reading Intention and Intentional Drift Continue reading Intention and Intentional Drift

Research and writing in the digital age: A #thoughtvectors Hangout and Twitter backchannel

Today, as part of the #thoughtvectors course, we held a Google+ Hangout with a couple of our awesome VCU librarians. We discussed some key concepts around the inquiry project, where students will be demonstrating their understanding of research and writing in the digital age. I post this mostly for students and other participants, but I […] Continue reading Research and writing in the digital age: A #thoughtvectors Hangout and Twitter backchannel