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Starting a new online learning experience with the MOOC: “l’APP, une pédagogie active”

I’ve started to take another massive open online course, this time to update my competencies in the domain of “higher education pedagogy”. I’m really looking forward to this course, because it will serve me directly in my daily teaching activities and because I know some of the people who developed it. I am supposed […]

6 February 2019 at 10:05 - Comments

google alerts test: Rosa Lisa IANNONE

Will google alerts find this? Rosa Lisa IANNONE wants to know.

20 March 2018 at 13:32 - Comments

New online professional point-of-presence

I’ve decided to open a “personal” Facebook page where I can post stuff that I think other like-minded people might want to read on learning, teaching, technology, education, society, etc. But not “forcing” them to become “friends” with me, and thus giving me access to their posts… Sometimes a two-way channel is interesting, but sometimes […]

21 July 2016 at 08:33 - Comments

Acting as “expert on learning with new media” on national TV

I recently had the opportunity to help Mr Science to prepare his show on Memory and the Use of New Media, aired on national TV, RTL TeleLëtzebuerg on Sunday, 5th June 2016:

6 June 2016 at 14:36 - Comments

Serving on the Editorial Review Board of the AACE

I’m happy to announce that I’ve been accepted as a member of the Editorial Review Board of the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) for two journals: the Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching (JCMST), the Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia (JEMH). Looking forward to this new opportunity to grow as a professional […]

20 January 2016 at 12:57 - Comments

New “public outreach” article on Applied Learning Sciences

I’ve just linked a recent “public outreach” article on containing an “expert interview” with me on the topic of applying learning sciences to everyday school-oriented learning practices. Feel free to comment it, if you can read German and feel like you’ve got something valuable to say about this topic…

22 September 2014 at 21:20 - Comments

My motivations to take the “Designing a New Learning Environment” course

As a researcher in Educational Technology, I’m interested in the strategic use (or lack of use) of ICT tools in educational settings, the factors that influence (positively or negatively) their strategic use by teachers (of all levels in educational systems) and in the (transformative) effects (or not) that their use has (or has not) on […]

16 October 2012 at 08:30 - Comments
google at 22:28 on 1 November 2012
I intended to post you this little bit of observation just to thank you so much yet again considering the…

Going to class – again! second attempt

I’m currently subscribed to take an online distance course on “Designing a New Learning Environment“, given by Professor Paul Kim from Stanford University. I’m very (!) excited about all the things that I will be able to learn from this unique experience. I’ll be blogging about it here. So stay tuned!

16 October 2012 at 08:26 - Comments
Bob Reuter at 12:02 on 10 November 2012
So far I've been able to "stay on track"... even if we've got to do (at least) one assignment per…

LightningTalk @HaxoGreen2012 “Adventures in Technology-Supported Running”

I’ll be giving a LightningTalk this afternoon @HaxoGreen2012 on my recent “Adventures in Technology-Supported Running”, and just uploaded my slideshow here: Of course, you won’t have the voice, but I guess you can may sense of it nevertheless. Feel free to watch it and give me comments… after that talk… 🙂

27 July 2012 at 12:48 - Comments

Little things can make me happy…

I’m happy 🙂 I got a weekly-update newsletter email from the Peer Instruction Network, that I recently joined and they quoted a (“fantastic”, sic!) question I’ve asked when joining the network… so that other members can give me their answers, via a special POLL… how cool’s that!!! II. Social Sciences Members Spotlight Social science disciplines […]

23 February 2012 at 16:18 - Comments
Bob Reuter at 10:32 on 3 September 2012
and hey, I even got some answers to my question! "III. Responses to Bob's question Thank you everyone the responses…