Stratepedia Services archives

So long for now, and thanks.

Hello friends, Some big changes are coming to Stratepedia. I wish I could say they’re exciting changes, or at least changes I’m happy about, but they’re not. I don’t want to get into too many details right now, because they’re … Read

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Changes to the Stratepedia Blog format

Beginning this week, we’re taking a new approach to how we blog here. Instead of a single daily post of original content (published early in the morning) and a single post of interesting links (published late in the afternoon), we’re … Read

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Brief Stratepedia outage planned for January 4, 2011

Due to local network updates at the University of Kansas, our services will be briefly unavailable on Tuesday, January 4, 2011, from 6:00 to 7:00 AM CST. All Stratepedia services may be affected during that time. For updates during this … Read

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How to get the most out of the Stratepedia Blog

I’ve spent some time tinkering with our blog recently. Although it (the blog) isn’t the core of our work at Stratepedia, it does account for almost double the traffic we get for all of our other work put together. This … Read

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Stratepedia SIM pre-conference workshop has been cancelled

We just found out that our pre-conference workshop at the 2010 SIM Conference has been cancelled. We’re sorry for any inconvenience. If you’re heading to Lawrence for the conference and have any questions, you can still talk to Amber or … Read

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It’s not too late to register for our pre-conference workshop at the SIM 2010 conference!

Hey, are you coming to this summer’s SIM Conference in Lawrence? Did you know that we’re doing the first ever pre-conference workshop all about Stratepedia? And did you know you can join us for just 40 dollars? Registration ends June … Read

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See Stratepedia at SIDLIT 2010

We’ve gotten word from SIDLIT organizers–it looks like we’ll be representing the Center for Research on Learning and Stratepedia in three sessions at this year’s event at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas: Beyond Ning: Rolling your own … Read

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Want a sneak peek at what’s coming in Dossier?

I’m excited to share something I’ve been working on for the last few months. As you may recall, we’re working to unify the look-and-feel of all of the Stratepedia apps (Depot, Dossier, Coaching Calendar, and blog, for the record) to … Read

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From last week: New wallpaper, image editing, Depot via RSS, webinars defined, and smart pens

On Monday Amber posted the Stratepedia wallpaper for March. On Tuesday, David shared a number of photo editing tools to help improve your snapshots and images. Did you know you can subscribe to RSS feeds of Depot groups? Amber showed … Read

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From last week: Twitter, Depot webcast recordings, blog survey results, bandwidth, and online collaboration tools

It’s Monday again–hope you had a good weekend. Here’s what you may have missed on our blog last week: On Tuesday I continued my series on budget and time-conscious social networking with a piece on how we use Twitter at … Read

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