Social, Digital and Tech Program Picks for the #NASPA15 Convention

And now for part two of the yearly tradition, a run down of all the technology-related program sessions at the upcoming NASPA conference.  I will be presenting/co-presenting a few (and by few, I mean six… lol).  Check them out below. In case you missed the round-up from ACPA, it is here. See you in New Orleans! Monday, March 23 8:30am – 9:20am Blogging Bravely: Thoughts, Tips and Advice from the Blogosphere 213 – Convention Center Perceived Benefits of Participation in the “Class of” Facebook Pages Grand Salon – (21) – Hilton 10:00am… Read More

Remembering the Wisdom of Steve Jobs on His Birthday

When I’m working at my desk, Steve Jobs watches over me.  He reminds me to keep things simple and strive for excellence.  Since today he would have turned 60 years old, I wanted to share a few of the quotes from him that remind me to stay hungry and foolish.

Social, Digital and Tech Program Picks for the 2015 ACPA Convention

Time for the yearly tradition!  A look at the 2015 ACPA conference schedule to identify all of the social media and technology related sessions on offer.  There are a lot to choose from this year (including a few go my own… shameless plug).  Click on the program titles to find out more. See you in Tampa! Thursday, March 5 Special Session: Meeting Student Where They Are: Online! Graduate School Information Webinars 09:30 AM 03:00 PM Thalia Mulvihill (Ball State University) Tampa Convention Center – Exceptional Practice Table 10 Skill Building Sessions: Maximizing… Read More

Year in Review: Examples of Social Media use in Higher Education & Student Affairs (2014)

  Semi-weekly, I try to highlight apps, web tools and websites that could be of use in the education space. The following is a review of all those highlighted in 2014.  Follow along in the new year with new spotlights.

Featured in Forbes article, “The World in 2033: Big Thinkers And Futurists Share Their Thoughts”

I was honored to be included in Todd Wilmes’ article on Forbes.com detailing predictions on  what the future will look like in 2033.  Contributing voices include: Ray Kurzweil on Technology Robert Kaplan on Global Conflict Khan Academy on Education Virgin Galactic on Space Travel Oliver Bussmann on The Global Workforce John Allen on Religion Dr. Gene Robinson on Global Climate, and Myself on Human-Technology Integration Check it out here:  The World in 2033: Big Thinkers And Futurists Share Their Thoughts