the need to know variation of chess

I’m not a chess player. While I like the idea of the game, I’ve never invested the time into the… Read more the need to know variation of chess

it’s not theory, it’s how to fish

I recently taught a workshop on using Microsoft Office, and my instruction was began with a conceptual understanding of how… Read more it’s not theory, it’s how to fish

facilitating creativity through templates

In They Say, I Say, a college-level text used by some writing courses, the authors offer the reader many fill-in-the-blank… Read more facilitating creativity through templates

welcome to 2015

Last year, I had a resolution of making significant progress at my gym, and I did it by passing my… Read more welcome to 2015

the core of a digital narrative

As someone who increasingly on digital storytelling assignments, I’m both excited and challenged by the ideas that other faculty have about… Read more the core of a digital narrative

an ode to a mug

What ceramic secrets do you hold? When first she brought you into the fold? Every day you did serve me… Read more an ode to a mug

if it were my story (reprint)

The following blog post is a reprint of one I printed in the OSU Digital Storytelling blog this past weekend.… Read more if it were my story (reprint)

bastian’s remnant (a very short story)

It’s been a long time since I’ve finished any kind of fiction. On my way home, I was listening to… Read more bastian’s remnant (a very short story)

thoughts re:open licensing & the moral rights of academics

When someone claims to have the right to something, they are by definition assuming some sort of entitlement. In What’s so… Read more thoughts re:open licensing & the moral rights of academics