While I was prepping for my Reading/Writing Academic Literature class, I just found this great video summary of the unique scholarly writing affordances that should be helpful to many friends/colleagues: OWL Purdue's Writing for Audiences in US Academic Settings
After a whirlwind visit to the City of Angels (LA) to attend my Pepperdine Alumni Leadership Council Winter Session meeting (more later) last Friday, 2/21, I was welcomed back in the Bay Area with these two wonderful messages from my Touro University Master’s of Ed. Innovative Learning students:
I am especially grateful that our class went well since I landed at LAX at 4pm. I then rushed to pick up my car rental and then to Pepperdine to get online to meet my students by 7:30pm. The students were amazing and it was one of my best classes ever. Kip Glazer, a second year Pepperdine Doctor of Learning Technologies student, is a friend and I am very happy that my students are citing her work! I am also beyond grateful that my students are appreciating our time together.
Although, I have and will likely continue to have my feet in numerous professional “worlds”, I have always known that I was meant to be a teacher and cherish my huge community of teacher friends and family. While I hope to be a successful entrepreneur and researcher, I will always place supreme importance on being a good teacher/facilitator.
I just spent the last 3 hours on email..!. My little INTJ self, who historically doesn’t like to talk on the phone and “mingle”, is now (have been) responsible for communicating with key P-16 stakeholders throughout CA re: STE(A)M integration. I find it a bit of a cosmic joke that I have to do something I’d rather not for something that I am very passionate about. The funny part is that I am actually loving all of the interaction with great new friends, while expanding my already wonderful community on-line and in-person. #universe+3 #evolve #neversaynever
ACM-W Connections February, 2014
View the full ACM-W Connection at (http://women.acm.org/ACM-W-Connections-2014-02)
Table of contents:
Welcome from the ACM-W Chair
Who should join ACM-W and why?
– By Valerie Barr, ACM-W Chair
News from our Contributors:
· Ask Judy (http://women.acm.org/sites/Newsletters/2014-02-AskJudy-ACMW-Connections.pdf )
News from ACM-W India:
· Talks by Women IT Professionals
· ACM-W Indian Annual Event (http://india.acm.org)
· ACM India Annual Event Reminder
· Applications for the 2nd annual Heidelberg Laureate Forum (HLF) are being accepted through February 28th. The HLF is an annual gathering of Abel, Fields and Turing Laureates in Heidelberg, Germany. Young researchers (undergraduate, graduate, or post-doc) in the field of mathematics or computer science are invited to apply. http://www.heidelberg-laureate-forum.org/call-for-application/.
· Registrations open for the ACM India Annual Event being held in February 2014. The ACM-W event is scheduled on Friday, Feb 14. An exciting line-up of speakers which includes Radia Perlman, Dave Patterson, Shafi Goldwasser and other eminent speakers. More details are available at ACM India website http://india.acm.org/
· Upcoming conferences:
o CCWiC, the first Caribbean Celebration of Women in Computing, Feb. 26-27, 2014
· Upcoming deadlines:
o scholarship application, Feb. 15. 2014
Would you like to contribute an article to the ACM-W Newsletter? With a distribution list reaching thousands of ACM-W members, contributing to the newsletter is a wonderful opportunity to share ideas and information across a wide audience. Submit a proposal for an article here. More: http://women.acm.org/ACM-W-Connections-2014-02
San Francisco Bay Area, CA: February 12, 2014: Current Scoreboard= Universe +2 (since yesterday), Crystal +Gettin’ “Schooled” …