Archive for March, 2011

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

My IT, Your IT, Everyone’s got IT

Educational and Instructional Technology has always fallen in between faculty and IT groups.  It is explicitly related to improving pedagogy, conducted by the faculty, yet is reliant on a responsive IT department for implementation.  If the implementation is flawed in some way, then assessment becomes impossible.  The intersection and interaction between Ed Tech and IT […]

Friday, March 4th, 2011

Introducing the Law School Educational Technology Blog

As instructional technology takes on a greater role in legal education, more law schools are using educational technology experts to support the instructional needs of their faculties.  At the 2010 CALI Conference, Barbara Glennan and I hosted an educational technology meeting which was attended by over 50 people.  It was clear that there was a […]

Tuesday, March 1st, 2011

Critical Commons

In a recent EDUCAUSE LIVE! webinar entitled “The Future of Fair Use” hosted by Steven Anderson, Assistant Professor of Interactive Media at USC and author of technohistory blog, Anderson highlighted Critical Commons, a project he started to fill a void he saw in the open and free use of media arena. As described on its […]