Techfoot is my personal blog, where I speak only for myself and not for my employer or any other organization. Most of what I write concerns the use technology in higher education, the connection between higher education and lifelong learning and about the power of technology to foster creativity, community and collaboration.
Before becoming a full time member of the faculty, I worked as Academic Information Services at the College of William and Mary where my responsibilities included working with the academic technology specialists, our academic engineering team and the members of the lab/ classroom team to support teaching and learning at the College. Our group assisted over 600 faculty and staff and a growing number of graduate and professional students.
A couple of caveats about my writing:
- I’ve never written two sentences without a typo; I certainly don’t intent to start now.
- Andrew Jackson said, “It is a damn poor mind that can think of only one way to spell a word.” I happen to have a damn fine mind that can think of many ways to spell just about anything.