We shouldn’t have to rely on Google

I was thinking about Blogs in Higher Education today (since I’m doing a presentation on them in January), and so I used one of my favourite research tools. Google. In searching “blogs in higher education”, the second link was a blog post that referenced how one SFU class had used blogs. It was great to see what I was thinking about in real life, and to read the students reflections on this (for most) new experience.

So I needed Google, with it’s infinite links and resources to take me full circle, and to something that’s being done at the university I work in. Why don’t we (SFU, the LIDC?) have some function to highlight these teaching innovations?

And more importantly, what am I going to do about it?


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