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Guest Blogger Fan Yang on Adrian Cheok

Online chat with only voice or video is outdated! Now you’re able to hug, kiss, smell, or even taste your buddies remotely! Following Adrian, we experienced a fascinating multisensory tour. The tour started with his early study, the Real World … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Helen Torigoe on Marisa Yamada

“If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said, ‘faster horses.’” –Henry Ford Marisa is on a mission. She is passionate about integrating emerging technologies in learning. At TCC 2012, she dazzled her audience with a presentation on … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Rebecca Meeder on Gavon Wong

For the last day of TCC, I had a great time listening in on ETEC masters student Gavon Wong‘s (@naturalhawaiian) session.  What was interesting about his session was that he started off speaking in Japanese, introducing himself and his module. … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Rian Barreras on Terry Anderson

Review of Terry Anderson’s “Getting the Right Mix: Open Content, Quality Teaching and Supportive Community” by Rian Barreras Terry Anderson of Athabasca University shared an interesting perspective on how to create a quality MOOC or Massive Open Online Course; it … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Marisa Yamada on Frank Jumawan and Eddie Merc

  V-TENN: Virtual Tennis in Second Life (SL) : Frank Jumawan and Eddie Merc What a phenomenal three days the TCC 2013 conference has been!  We had literally mind-blowing keynote and featured presentations, and educational topics with so much range … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Youxin Zhang on Veronica Diaz

What is so interesting about the speaker? Dr. Veronica Diaz, Associate Director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, gave us an impressive presentation about the usage of the MOOC. She has years of experiences and rich knowledge in open online class … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Nan Ketpura-Ching on Helen Torigoe

A featured student presentation, Helen Torigoe’s Developing an Effective E-Textbook for CS101 Students at UH Hilo: An iBook Instructional Module is an interactive demonstration of how emerging mobile technology could be utilized in education. Helen is currently a lecturer at … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Munassir Alhamami on Jackie Gerstein

TCC 2013 is the first online conference I have attended. It is a wonderful experience and worthwhile.  In this post, I will talk about The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture by Jackie Gerstein, an active and attractive presentation that attracted more … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Rebecca Meeder on Albert Sangrá’

We had a great time on Wednesday having Professor Albert Sangrá’s (@albert_sangra) from the Open University of Catalonia come and talk to us about “Learning Ecologies for Lifelong Learning.”  For the majority of the session, he talked about his current … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger Nan Ketpura-Ching on Alan Levine

Alan Levine’s keynote presentation, Dim the Lights: DS106 show, was very dynamic and incredibly captivating – I was on the edge of my seat the whole time! DS = digital storytelling. I was impressed with the quality of Levine’s video … Continue reading

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