Guest Blogging for the new AACE Review
I’m enjoying the challenge of guest blogging for the Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education’s (AACE) new blog, the AACE Review. AACE is the professional organization that produces the LearnTechLib database and several educational research journals (i.e., International Journal on e-Learning, Journal of Computers in Math and Science Teaching, Journal on Online Learning Research). It hosts several educators’ conferences that I like to attend such as the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE) and the World Conference on eLearning (eLearn). See images of my past involvement with AACE.
So far, I’ve blogged about these educational technology and learning topics:
- What’s Grit Got to Do with Learning?
- Computer-assisted Language Learning & Media Selection
- Navigating Post-truth Society: Strategies, Resources, and Technologies
- Interview with SoapBox API Founder on Speech Recognition to Enhance Children’s Interactions with Smart Devices
- The Challenges Combating Online Fake News: A Review of ‘Dead Reckoning’
- A Review of ‘Media Manipulation and Disinformation Online’
- Interview with the Creators of Hoaxy from Indiana University
- A Rubric to Identify Online Course Plans for a Community of Inquiry
- Global Interdisciplinary College Course: Wired IDS394
As for this Teacherrogers blog, I haven’t slowed down on my writing. I recently updated the page on my teaching philosophy, added my research statement, and a page on my Google Map project. These are the static pages at the top of this blog. You may have noticed the new award for landing in the top 75 blogs on Feedspot on the topic of educational technology. I was actually #58! Thanks for reading and sharing my blogs. I’ve been blogging here since 2011, and it serves as my knowledge base that I’m continuously updating, as I learn from and share with educators at my college and peers worldwide.
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