Nate Bunnyfield archives

Video Remote Interpreting in Education

Last week, Amber and I went to the C2C Spring Forum 2011 in Parkville, Missouri. The topic of the day was something I have been learning about and sharing with you a lot recently: Universal Design in Learning For my … Read

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Credit Card Agreements & Standards-Based Curriculum: A look at cross-purposes & multiple audiences

Purpose & Audience An oft-repeated lesson from my previous life as a cartographer was this: Always work with a purpose and an audience in mind. The audience is whom your product or service is targeted for. I like to think … Read

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Learning your craft: Video Self-Modeling

While reviewing assistive technology for a possible grant proposal, I came across an intervention as unsettling as it is effective: Video self-modeling. The most frequently cited author from my brief research was Peter Dowrick at The University of Hawaii. Dowrick … Read

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Learning your craft: Universal Design for Web Apps

Over the next six months, I will be sharing some of my own experiences going from EdTech novice and adolescent literacy dilettante to a (hopefully) somewhat knowledgable specialist. While I am fully prepared to blaze my own autodidactic trail, feel … Read

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Learning your craft: Universal Design for Learning

Over the next six months, I will be sharing some of my own experiences going from EdTech novice and adolescent literacy dilettante to a (hopefully) somewhat knowledgable specialist. While I am fully prepared to blaze my own autodidactic trail, feel … Read

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Learning your craft: Assistive Technology & Universal Design

Over the next six months, I will be sharing some of my own experiences going from EdTech novice and adolescent literacy dilettante to a (hopefully) somewhat knowledgable specialist. While I am fully prepared to blaze my own autodidactic trail, feel … Read

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CloudApp: Completely painless file sharing

When you next find yourself needing to share a presentation, image, or document, consider using CloudApp. More than anything, I appreciate CloudApp’s extraordinarily streamlined flow. With one drag-and-drop action to its menu bar icon, my file is uploaded, backed up, … Read

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Bringing your classes online quickly using Posterous

When you are preparing a lesson plan or presentation, you want to spend time on your material and not get lost fighting with any of the tools. Posterous lets you do exactly that. And it could be the easiest thing … Read

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5 ways to perform magic with images

Whether you are preparing images for a presentation or just curious where that “Untitled-4.jpg” on your desktop came from, there are many free tools to help you out. Here are five of the most useful image services available. 1. Find … Read

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What is a KML file?

A KML file is a file that map and 3D browsers (like Google Maps, Google Earth, and NASA WorldWind) use to display geographic data. It places notes, images, and 3D models somewhere on a virtual Earth. The K stands for … Read

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