LOEX of the West Presentation Materials Posted

Thanks to m3mo, I just noticed that many of the conference presentation materials have now been posted at: http://loexofthewest2008.blogspot.com/ Mine aren’t up yet, but they are available here. I imagine that the HTML format of the Zoho Show slideware I used may toss a spanner in the works. Still, there is a lot of good […]

LOEX of the West Presentation Feedback

Since giving my presentation on Portal and student learning Friday, I’ve been reflecting on how the presentation went. I am guardedly pleased. I think my concept was good and my content were good and these are probably the most important outcomes for me. However, I did realize that if I’m going to give a presentation […]

LOEX of the West

Here I am in glorious Las Vegas. Of course I’m living in a dorm and staying up late editing a paper with an eye to the deadline, so while I am experiencing deja vu, it sadly isn’t of Dionysian revelry. I’m giving my presentation on Portal and the analysis of video games with an eye […]

a sign of a great conference presentation

You can tell when you’ve attended a great conference presentation when someone in the audience admits that the talk has sparked an ontological crisis and caused him to question who he is. I attended such a presentation today at LOEX of the West. Kate Groenmeyer and Anne Marie Dietering gave a talk tilted: Peer Review […]

Stay Tuned

As much as it may appear that this blog has been abandoned, rest assured that that is not the case. I’m feverishly writing for a couple of publication opportunities and have decided to focus on the writing I can apply towards tenure. No worries, however, I’ll have some new material coming up in June. Until […]