Archive for January, 2018

January Reading

I’ve read 5 books from the library’s extensive fiction collection this month. Reviews below: The Secret Life of Bees, published in 2001, was Sue Monk Kidd’s debut novel. Set in the mid-sixties in South Carolina, the story focuses on a teen-aged girl who is being raised by her distant father (who she calls T. Ray) […]

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New and Improved! (Maybe)

I started this blog to talk about what I’ve been reading. After lying fallow for many years, I’ve decided to resuscitate it with a broader view. I’ll be using this blog to participate in Open Learning ’18 (for more details), and I’ll try to get back to writing about what I’ve been reading. I’d also […]

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OPEN LEARNING: A Connectivist MOOC for Faculty Collaboratives

From February 4-March 29, 2018, I will be participating in Open Learning ’18, a cMOOC designed to explore all the “opens” (open educational resources, open access, open pedagogical practices, open and participatory cultures, etc.). Learn more on their website: This post was created to test my openlearning category’s RSS feed.

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