Month: March 2018

Code Ocean

Sarah Clayton in the libraries organized a demo for Code Ocean today. The company offers reproducibility as service allowing you to upload or import code and data in a variety of open source languages and run it on their servers. The most common use case would be someone publishing their code and data along-side a […]

Algorithms, Education, & Inequality – OU Reading Circle

A little boy holding a book with a surprised expression on his face
Next week I’m kicking off a reading circle at my Uni. We’re reading Weapons of Math Destruction – How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy by Dr. Cathy O’Neil. I’ve been looking forward to reading this book since I missed Bryan Alexander’s reading group last year. I was excited to see folks at OU share my interest […]

Info Literacy Learning Community – Week 5 Newsletter

People walking across a street crosswalk in a large city.
I’ve converted the curriculum for the fifth (and final) week of this info literacy learning community into this newsletter covering the people facing issues from all the topics we’ve studied. This post is divided into three sections that you can review and study at your leisure during the week. Background During our time together, we’ve explored many issues involving […]

Info Literacy Learning Community – Week 4 Newsletter

Many security cameras on a light pole with a blue sky background.
I’ve converted the curriculum for the fourth week of this info literacy learning community covering data privacy into this newsletter. This post is divided into three sections that you can review and study at your leisure during the week. Background Every day large data sets are impacting our world in increasing profound and potentially damaging ways. Combined with machine learning […]
ATE 2018

2018 Academic Technology Expo

The seventh annual Academic Technology Expo was held on January 11th and 12th at the University of Oklahoma. Faculty, staff and students gathered to learn about exciting changes…

If You Can’t Write a Letter of Rec for Every Student, Change the Way You Teach

 TLDR: Replace your course rubric with a letter of recommendation. It’s time that we take responsibility for knowing our students. If you can’t write a letter of recommendation for your best students, you should rethink your teaching. If we center the letter of recommendation at the core of our assessment strategy, we can create a […]

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