Author Archives: David

About David

David is an Educational Technologist with Purdue University - Teaching and Learning Initiatives.

Laptops and Lectures: Mismatch or Opportunity?

Recently, while browsing through my Twitter feed, (@HuckAtPurdue ), I saw an article linked called “Why you should take notes by hand — not on a laptop”. The article was from June 2014, written by Joseph Stromberg.   The article was … Continue reading

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Varied Paths to a Common Goal

Design and Development of Educational Technology  Wk 1 – Everything Old is New Again MITx is offering a MOOC entitled Design and Development of Educational Technology on their EdX platform. Senior Educational Technologist, Wei Zakharov and Educational Technologist David Huckleberry … Continue reading

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Should you care about the latest FCC rules on net neutrality?

As a result of last week’s proposed FCC changes, there has been a rash of protest and discussion among the technology community about what it may mean to the Internet as we know it. But that concern seems to end … Continue reading

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Course Redesign ‘Doubles-Down’ on Student-Centered Learning

Having been at Purdue now for only a month, my experience working with faculty is still very limited. However, as an Educational Technologist that will be working with “Instruction Matters: Purdue Academic Course Transformation” (IMPACT),  I am very excited when … Continue reading

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