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My Learning Philosophy

Learning should be a life-long endeavor, whether formally or informally. Each of us should possess the desire to seek out all there is to know in this ever-changing world of vast knowledge. From the moment we are born we begin

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Posted in Creating Significant Learning Environments, My Learning Philosophy

The Why, How and What of Mobile Learning Our Why statement is made up of a few key words that I feel will foster the sense of urgency needed to make this change effort a success for Lamar University. “Cultivating”, in a figurative sense, means improving by

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Posted in Leading Organizational Change

Moving Forward as a Change Agent

Upon completion of my proposal outline, I started sharing my ideas regarding the mobile learning initiative and BYOD with my colleagues at Lamar. A few of my colleagues are excited about my ideas and have been very supportive. I’m in

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Posted in Disruptive Innovation in Education

The Future of Learning at Lamar

This video I created was intended to motivate others in my organization regarding mobile learning and BYOD. It is a collection of thoughts, facts, and my vision for success in our mobile device learning initiative. I really hope you enjoy

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Mobile Learning Proposal at Lamar University: An Outline

This course on Disruptive Innovation in Technology has been such an inspiration for me as a digital educator. It’s made me realize how the technologies we use everyday have such a huge potential to be catalysts for big changes campus-wide.

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Information Technology Trends in Higher Education: A Literature Review

I’ve recently had the opportunity to read and review several published studies, reports and articles regarding Information Technology trends in higher education. I would like to share my findings in this literature review so that we may successfully identify patterns

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Posted in Disruptive Innovation in Education

The Need for Disruptive Innovation at Lamar

According to Brian Sattler, distance learning is one of the fastest-growing aspects of higher education in the U.S., significantly outpacing traditional enrollment growth. This is quite evident here are Lamar University, where 30 percent of Lamar’s credit hours are now

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My Learning Manifesto

Please take some time to view my Learning Manifesto page!

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