Susan discussed viewing her leadership capacity and beliefs through particular lenses. What lenses do you believe you see your leadership capacity through – what guides your desire to serve and lead?Read more
Four Words Going Bye-Bye, via @nytimes nyti.ms/TrZrjXRead more
On Monday through Wednesday, the nine of us were very invested with working at the Wabash YMCA, working every second because we wanted to make sure that closets were organized and clean, and that other duties were handled. Deante and the YMCA staff was very impressed with our dedication and saw that we were very [...]Read more
Arab Spring in Tatters – Newsweek: mag.newsweek.com/2014/01/31/egy…Read more
Graphic image below!!!!!!
The Los Angeles Times ran this front page photo (mind you, the New York Times photo ran only on its website) the day after the embassy was attacked. The cutline read that civilians were “tending to” Ambassador Chris Stevens, implying he was still alive when the photo was taken.
Would you run THIS [...]
Thanks to John, I was able to set up a remote connection to my desktop. This feature will be incredibly helpful in two weeks when I go to Summit. It has also given me a way to do some minor editing on Excel and Word files along with access to Banner. In truth, this has [...]Read more
I have to admit that I am still having trouble adapting to this tablet for work purposes. The majority of my responsibilities are in Banner and Microsoft Access, and I have yet to figure out a free way to connect remotely to my desktop. Several of my colleagues use iPads daily in the office and [...]Read more
It has been perpetually hectic for me at school for the past 5 days. I guess all the students would agree with me on that. But the week certainly could have been worse without the great help of Acer Iconia W500.
Chrome is my primary web browser in this tablet. It is such a perfect timing [...]
Okay… So maybe not Level 2, but enough that I’m starting to get into a groove with this thing. I spent the last few days reading up on suggested apps (free ones), and I’ve tried to make it my primary device for anything work related. I have to admit, it’s still a lot easier just [...]Read more
I think one of my favorite things that I need to use more with the iPad 2 is the camera. As a photography instructor teaching to visual people, it’s a powerful tool. Yesterday I demonstrated to my News Photography students how to operate our Olympus audio recorders (which they use to create audio photo slideshows). [...]Read more