Category: <span>work</span>

OLC Accelerate 2019

Excited to announce I’ve been accepted as a presenter at the 25th annual OLC conference Embracing And Teaching Accessibility Date: Thursday, November 21st Time: 9:45 AM to 10:30 AM Conference Session: Concurrent Session 5 Lead Presenter: Janene McMahan (University of Alaska – Fairbanks) Co-presenter: Joanne Healy (University of Alaska Fairbanks) Track: Tools and Technologies Location: Northern Hemisphere ٩◔‿◔۶

Still love Jing – annotation tool

It’s the start of the semester and every once in awhile Blackboard drops something you find very useful. Here’s how you can go find it and turn it back on. That is, unless it’s deprecated. Ouch.

Fun with banners

Joanne Healy, School of Education, likes the banners I make.

Here’s the latest batch… her requests are fairly open-ended, so I can find the right mood to fit the need.
Our department has access to a Shutterstock account. That and regular CC0 images make creating banners easier.

Social Development Assessment and Intervention

Early childhood special education
Helping Children Succeed


Assessment of Students with Exceptionalities



Working with Adobe Illustrator

Hey all! I’ve been slack over the past few years in learning Adobe Illustrator. I LOVED Fireworks… WHY, OH WHY…. anyhow. Over the past few months, I have recreated graphics for the Mining Mill Operator Training. Granted I’ve only done a drop in the bucket of them, but my AI ٩◔‿◔۶

Better Tests & Quizzes


Needed: note-taker
Goals: driven by your discussion


Please add your ideas!
On the iPad click the ” + ” near the bottom left to add.

Made with Padlet

How do you know?

You have to have Flash installed (allow use)
Students practicing language

Joanne Healy is using VoiceThread and the students love it.

Efficiency (recycled)

A one hour presentation (no, not really) … on “Exploring different online tools to use for tracking your own work, task management, prioritizing. Discussing methods for planning your day and communicating needs with others. How are we replacing paper? What works for you?”