Tool Samples & Resources

Published April 22, 2019

The following are a collection of tools I have used in classroom. Included are a walkthrough for lecture capture using the FREE CamStudio and Windows Movie Maker tools. Tips noted for YouTube embedding and sharing. Open Data Analytics Project descriptions are also available on my blog.

Downloads: Integrating Technology in the Classroom and Lecture Recording Tips. Sample Kahoot!: Exam prep, Post-exam.


#thishappened

Published April 19, 2019

Super #grateful for the opportunities I have had at UH and @uhbauercollege and so very #thankful for all the *STUDENTS*, staff, and faculty who supported my nomination. Eternal thanks to my teacher, mentor, and friend Dr. Kathryn I. Matthew and to my family for believing in me. Thank you to @uhprovost for the wonderful event and the gorgeous award. Congratulations to all award recipients and kudos to all with 20 to 50+ years of service.

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Open Data Project Presentation

Published April 14, 2019

My recent paper co-authored with Robert McCarn regarding open data analytics classroom projects is now internationally distributed via LearnTechLib–The Learning and Technology Library, a non-profit serving the Learning professionals community.

Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education’s Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference on March 18, 2019.


Undergrads @ OpenStax

Published April 4, 2019

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At the #openstax #creatorfest w @uhbauercollege students learning about creating open Ed resources.

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Spring Reading Stack

Published March 15, 2019

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#springbreak #librariesareawesome

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Open Educational Resources

Published February 10, 2019

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Open Educational Resources Workshop. Insightful presentations about the adoption of open ed content. More at libraries.uh.edu/oer #letsdothis

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Insightful presentations about the adoption

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#thankful For Our Students

Published November 8, 2018

What do beer kegs, belly dancing, cosplay, Google Maps, pollution, Sake and undertaking have in common?

Why, Excel, of course!

Our awesome C.T. Bauer College students and grads are using their skills with information systems and Excel for school, work or volunteering in astoundingly diverse ways to do what they love.


MIS 3300 Tutors Present at TSU

Published November 2, 2018

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@uhbauercollege students back on the #UH campus after presenting at the Southwestern Business Administration Teaching Conference at #TSU. Awesome job, @lohamburger_ @melyssiana and Robert!

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Originals Book Giveaway

Published August 25, 2018

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#reading #vgood first 5 people from any on my classes (past or present) want to read this, comment with your semester and I'll buy you the book for the Kindle app/devices. Thanks to @daninasserr for the rec. ETA: all gone… Will do this again once a month so stay tuned.

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Analyzing & Visualizing Data

Published June 28, 2018

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Fun #edx #xseries course w #powerpivot and some #dax. Got some good ideas for class. ?

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Finished another edx course, give them

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Select Reads for Spring Break

Published March 9, 2018

Looking forward to reading and listening to books over the break I set aside earlier in the semester. The topics range from text analytics to stress management.

I plan to listen to Ready Player One again, the epic pop culture adventure. Forging ahead with Stephen fry’s performance of Sherlock Holmes, I have 40 or so hours left.


MSO Trainings for Spring Break

Published March 8, 2018

Looking for ways to strengthen your portfolio? Invest time in developing your skills through official Microsoft or online courses from renowned content providers and universities.

Keep track of what you do for your resume. You can use a simple Google Drive Sheet so as not to forget things.


Quick Tips for Incoming Students

Published May 21, 2017

Below are a few quick tips for incoming students from your friendly neighborhood faculty member and a few past MIS 3300 students.

Review the key points regarding the syllabus, attendance, gadget use, note-taking, PCs, and more to help you make the most of your classes.


UH Systems Symposium

Published April 21, 2017

The Innovative Teaching and Learning Symposium provides educators with hands on sessions to address “the needs of today’s diverse learners, the impacts traditional practices have on their ability to succeed, and a plan for moving forward.”

Terrific keynote by JoAnna Hunt regarding accessibility needs of diverse students.


What’s Your Favorite Excel Function?

Published April 9, 2017

Quite a few students with recent interview experiences have told of a recurring question: “What is your favorite Excel function?”

Spend a few minutes to reflect upon this, be ready to discuss a function or feature with examples. Where did you use it? What data did you process? Why is it useful?