Author: <span>Janene</span>

“Finish knIT” February

Oh. My. As a crafter (crochet, embroidery, knitting)… I have many projects (WIP) works in progress. Further, I have goals. Upcoming plans for small amigurami. Great ideas for bees either on knit fingerless gloves, or fireweed embroidered on a newly made hat. February – one of the coldest, but not ٩◔‿◔۶

A succulent idea

After going through a lot of Pantone colors looking for just the right HTML color codes to freshen up the look of my site, I decided to work on a miniature crochet project. This will be for the Tanana Valley State Fair in Fairbanks, Alaska for 2023. Succulents are the ٩◔‿◔۶

Recent (and not so) Writing

A few of the titles and dates plus excerpts follow Transitioning from on campus to online by Janene McMahan | Jul 26, 2021 Your use of Canvas can help you translate your face-to-face course into an enjoyable online experience for you and your students. Here are a few steps to get you started, ٩◔‿◔۶

Three ways to make your course more accessible

Originally posted 10/20/2020 on iTeachU. I’ve been a web developer and a teacher for decades. These worlds overlap when it comes to accessibility. So, for this tip I’m going to define accessibility as making your materials usable for every student regardless of their abilities. More students than you’d suspect do the ٩◔‿◔۶

Rolling out a renewed iTeach Online

iTeach Online “iTeach Online offers foundational training in online course design. Through a series of 5 modules, faculty start to build a solid online course founded in current research and relevant learning experiences. Faculty who complete the self-paced version of iTeach Online are prepared to design and teach an online ٩◔‿◔۶