All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Dissertation’

Pushing the Boundaries of Text and Sensual Curriculum

It is clear that society is immersed into an environment rich in information that is accessible, interactive, and visual. With an ever growing focus on connective technologies that allow for enhanced and easier means of communicating, creating, connecting, and contributing, all facets of life are attempting to adapt to this phenomenon. A quick review of  the Registered Virtual User Data from Kezero highlights …

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Seeking Outside Dissertation Committee Member

My dissertation chair, Dr. Brian Husby, and I spent a considerable time yesterday talking about my committee. One thing became quite clear: given the context of my study, I needed to leverage social media and the concept of learning networks in adding a person to my committee from outside my university that is connected to me via my personal learning …

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