I had the honor of becoming a contributor for the outstanding NotesIn9 Video Podcast produced by David Leedy. In this show, I demonstrate how I built and Amazon Alexa Skill for the IBM Domino based IdeaJam app. If you have any questions, please let me know. I would be more than happy to answer them! ThankContinue reading “Amazon Alexa Meets IBM Domino”
When an assignment has been available for 2 weeks and you ask for an extension on the day it is due isn’t cool.
Read through the assignment in its entirety. Read through it again and maybe a third time. If you only use the grading rubric to go by, you will possibly miss key elements of the assignment.
Continuing on from my list of “College Student Worst Practices” post: Worst Practice No. 4: Waiting until the day an assignment is due to ask the instructor for assistance. As soon as an assignment is announced or made available, read through it in its entirety at least once and maybe twice. Don’t simply do theContinue reading “More College Student Worst Practices”
Worst Practice No. 1: From an email sent to students: “If you have read this far and want 3 extra credit points, send a message to me by Tuesday at noon.” 5 days later and only 2 people replied. If your teacher/instructor ever offers you extra credit points for reading a weekly announcement email, respondContinue reading “College Student Worst Practices – The First Three”
While talking to my long time friend Dan Sickles about app dev and education, Dan said this: Start them in the cloud as that’s where they will be living Amen. I’m about to order the t-shirt.
I’m not sure if this feature is new or not, but it certainly makes validating all of the links in a Canvas course easy to check. Start by logging into Canvas and going into the course you want to validate. In the left navigator, click on the “Settings” link: On the Settings page, look inContinue reading “Canvas LMS: How to Validate Links in a Course”