Archive for 2009

In search of the lodge (part 2) In search of the lodge (part 2)

Tuesday, April 7th, 2009

Went for a second try at the lodge last weekend. Porch, Sue and Sam joined me for the epic hike. Together, we made it all the way this time.

In search of the lodge (part 1) In search of the lodge (part 1)

Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

Since reading this post on portland, I have been wanting to search out the elusive Nesika Lodge. It is run by the Oregon Trail Club and entry is members only – even so, it’s proximity to the popular Multonomah falls, yet hidden location intreagues me. Unfortunatly, we didn’t find the lodge this time. Mike […]

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Monday, March 16th, 2009

Just a quick set of shots from the Mexico trip. I will also be sure to post more images and video during the next few days. However, there were so many things to see and do, that they won’t even begin to scratch the surface of our 10 days in PV. Just thinking about flora […]

Night at Tilly Jane Night at Tilly Jane

Sunday, March 1st, 2009

Went up to the Tilly Jane cabin with a group on Saturday. We got a late start, but the snow was great on the way up. The cabin (which normally sleeps 30) was already filled with people when we arrived, but everyone squeezed in for the night. Rained on the way out. Funniest part was […]

eLearning 2009: Presentation notes and edits eLearning 2009: Presentation notes and edits

Thursday, February 26th, 2009

First, here are the resources Audio Recording: high (53MB), Med (27MB),  or Low (13MB) 2009 Presentation slides: keynote format or plain old pdf Original post with links to code and demos Now some notes: The audio for the presentation was recorded with a little sansa express recorder. Even with the limitations of the mic and […]

Online Program Advising Online Program Advising

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Dr. Deborah Newton and Ryan Schrenk, MSU – Great Falls College of Technology Starts with a bunch of online tools to break the ice. None really have to do with the topic at hand, but interesting none-the-less. Slides are on slideshare. Now to the session at hand… Huge growth in distance learning. I hear that. […]

Brian Lamb, UBC Brian Lamb, UBC

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Brian Lamb, Manger, Emerging Technologies and Digital Content, Office of Learning Technology, The University of British Columbia “I don’t do PowerPoint” – the crowd erupts in applause. Embrace the madness of the open web Opens up talking about the amazing contribution of wikipedia. Displays great diagram showing the possible physical size of the […]

Video Tutorials - Don't be blinded by the flash Video Tutorials – Don’t be blinded by the flash

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

Crap – My blog just crashed for no apparent reason. Had to kick the DB a few time to get it back up. So, I may have missed the first few minutes of this presentation – sorry. Stephen T. Anderson Sr., USC Mathematics and Computer Science Jing Free and super simple Camtasia Shows a […]

Cool Idea, but does incorperating 2.0... Cool Idea, but does incorperating 2.0…

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

Gill Creel, Minneapolis CC Shows an example of wehat he used to use for a course web page. Realized that textbook prices are going up, up, up and everything is online anyway. no more static webpages no more textbooks Audacity Uses it to respond to papers! “Talk faster then I can write. And since […]

Bryan Alexander, NITLE Bryan Alexander, NITLE

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

Bryan Alexander, NITLE Web: @bryanalexander No internet at an eLearning conference???? Having to type this locally to upload later – that is so 2002. Seeing me rant/type about this a fellow attendee leans over to share a passcode. Thanks ! Before he can even start his computer BSOD’s. However, he humorously works through it. […]