The Joys and Gaps Between Practice, Writing and Publishing

Yesterday, an article I co-authored just got published. The article is in Inside Higher Ed, it’s called Online Does Mean Iso

#MYFest22: Joy, Connections, Transformative Learning… and FOMO

Sometimes you envision something and design in a certain way, and then the reality is not what you expected. In the case of #M

Finding Joy and #MYFest22

I recently participated in a session by Academic Impressions focused on rediscovering joy at work in the midst of burnout and

Transformative Learning and Its Influence on #MYFest22 Design

In 2018, Autumm Caines and I wrote an article about promoting ownership, agency and equity in educational development work. In

New Year’s Resolution & Gratitude for 2020

I don’t often make resolutions at the start of a year, but this year I want to make one. It feels like the year to make one

A Technoethics Primer (with some focus on education)

There are so many questions that arise when technology and ethics collide. For a rich discussion on this topic or a “Tec

Reciprocity of Openness

At some point in the summer, I realized that people who were having to teach online because of COVID-19 were struggling about

Launching: Community-Building Resources for Online Teaching via @unboundeq @oneheglobal #unboundeq

So many people who are new to online have been asking about how to build community online – not just teacher to student, but

Launching: Community-Building Resources for Online Teaching via @unboundeq @oneheglobal #unboundeq

So many people who are new to online have been asking about how to build community online – not just teacher to student, but

Looking Back on 2018

Today I found myself reminiscing about 2018 and what I am most proud of… the bulk of it is extra institutional work, a

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