A Question on Convergence…

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There has been a lot of discussion about convergence of technology. SAME-TEC 2008 in Austin, Texas, in July, is about the “seemless connection” of technology; in other word converging technology. There is a lot in the news about converging technology. We talk about converging technology all the time, but what does it really mean to […]

Extern Webinar Friday

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We will be having another Webinar this Friday, October 26. Many people have questions on what NetWorks National Externship Program is, and this Webinar will answer their questions. NetWorks Externships helps the instructor become immersed in the latest technology industry environments that allow them to update their curriculum with the knowledge and skills that they […]

Baseball, Students, and Electronics

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My town has been taking a lot of heat for the lack of support for our playoff baseball team, the Arizona Diamondbacks. I will admit that I am ashamed that when I saw a picture in the paper of the stadium with the whole upper deck practically empty, the middle section, half full, and the […]

Google Docs Update

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The semester is halfway over and I figure I should give an update to my students using Google docs. I didn’t teach my students the first day of how to use Google docs, except how to access. I wanted to see what the class did with the technology; how easy it was, features, etc. Some […]

WebWare Part 1 Webinar

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We had a really great webinar with Mike Qaissaunee and Gordon Synder. If you were unfortunate to miss it, you can catch the unedited recording of it here. I am currently working on the edited recording. With the unedited version, you need to start at 26 minutes and 50 seconds (hence why I am editing […]

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