RateMyProfessors.com

November 30, 2006

I was just wondering about how RMP would reflect the end of the term, as students find out that they’ve missed too many classes, or haven’t done assignments, or are just plain frustrated with the experience, so I figured that I’d have a look to see at: Jason Nolan – Ryerson University – RateMyProfessors.com. The […]

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I’m Blogging This

November 28, 2006

I’m Blogging This Originally uploaded by complicitytheory. Don’t fall asleep at my house!

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Fluevog Shoes

November 26, 2006

Ken and I went shopping yesterday… actually food shopping, but we stopped by Fluevogs, and couldn’t resist. I’ve been planning on getting these boots for a year or two, but they never had my size. Today they did so now I have: Derby Studs Kenny got a pair of these Jacksons:

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i.e. magazine

November 26, 2006

Jeremy just sent this to me. I’ll have to have a look as soon as I get caught up with the workload. SMART – i.e. magazine Current issue The autumn issue of i.e. interactive educator is now available. In this issue, educators and experts examine the latest technology trends in education, including podcasts, blogs, e-books, […]

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Slashdot | The Great Firewall of Canada

November 24, 2006

Slashdot | The Great Firewall of Canada references The Great Firewall of Canada blogpost on cybertip.ca’s “Project Cleanfeed Canada”, and also reference’s our friend Nart Villeneuve of the CitizenLab sums up my fear of government sponsored filters. So, Bell Aliant, Bell Canada, MTS Allstream, Rogers, SaskTel, Shaw, TELUS, and Videotron have all opted in to […]

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Worldmapper: The world as you’ve never seen it before

November 24, 2006

Jeremy noted Worldmapper: The world as you’ve never seen it before on his blog. It is particularly interesting for ECE students and educators for how it shows data on children and families.

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5 year old ddr champion

November 23, 2006

I thought this was really interesting as some faculty think that computers and psychomortor development don’t go hand in, well, foot. Thanks to rochelle for this one.

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Let’s Talk About Teaching (LTAT) session: Beyond Traditional Strategies

November 21, 2006

Here’s something goin on for faculty at Ry tomorrow. Let’s Talk About Teaching (LTAT) session: Beyond Traditional Strategies Wednesday, November 22, 2006. Time & Location: 12-2pm at EPH340. Lunch will be provided. Agenda: 1. Welcoming (Beth and Restiani) 2. Clickers (Tetyana Antimirova, Physics) 3. Inking (Anne Johnson, Chemistry) 4. Blogging (Brendan Wypich, RTA) 5. Podcasting […]

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Podcast: Show 11 – Vampires! on Odeo

November 19, 2006

I just picked up a copy of Curran’s book “Vampires: A field Guide…” as I’m looking for celtic vampire references. While googling to find how this Dr. Bob is, I found: Show 11 – Vampires! on Odeo: “On this week’s show, author Dr. Bob Curran tells us about vampires and how they differ from the […]

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Cercle Zetetique : Jesus Christ’s grave in Shingo, Japan!

November 19, 2006

Rochelle was telling me about this Jesus in Japan | MetaFilter thing… so I went to have a look. Lots of fun information on Cercle Zetetique : Jesus Christ’s grave in Shingo, Japan! including: “…eat a nice “Dracula” ice cream, which, in addition to being delicious (Shingo garlic is not renowned for no reason!), will […]

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