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A special aspect of teaching at a big university like the University of Florida is that the campus has so many interesting activities and events going on — both those related to UF classes and activities related to special events and field trips. Today as I was walking through the student union on my way […]
Service is one of the three components of a college faculty member’s job — and can have some magical results
In Mass Communication Teaching, our on-going theme for the semester is the work of a college faculty member. The primary emphasis has been on the teaching component of the job, but we have discussed the other two dimension of a faculty position — research and service. Certainly research is an important component, and the most […]
A Google search on almost any topic leads to links with visual materials — photos, video, graphics. Can I download and use those materials? That’s a good discussion to have with your students. Because a photo or video can be downloaded doesn’t mean that it is legal to do so. But many students think that […]
Chocolate frogs, magic wands and broom flying were part of Nadia Johnson’s 8th birthday party. This set of photos on Flickr was one of the top links in my search, right along with a commercial party site, Harry Potter Web sites and MTV.
One of the few news stories about JK Rowling’s birthday that appeared in the top of the Google search was this story from MTV.
The Google search… One of the first strategies for finding any information is a Google search. That’s part of why Yahoo! and Microsoft have teamed up — because Google has such control of our approach to Internet searching. So I did a Google search for “Harry Potter, JK Rowling birthday,” which resulted (of course) in […]