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First Ink November 28, 2005

Posted by Michael McVey in General Comment.

Michael in CanadaThis post is entitled First Ink but, of course, this isn’t ink at all unless or until you print it. But let this be the starting point for a discussion about instructional technology at The University of Arizona’s College of Education. I would like to think this college represents a microcosm of the larger world of higher education where discoveries are made by instructors on a daily basis about how to use technology in their teaching. It also is a place where individual instructors determine the limitations of technology as well as its potential.

I would like to use this blog to demonstrate the best of these insights and to continue to heap praise on those who join me in this journey of discovery and growth.



1. Mary Ann B. - March 29, 2006

Your blog has just come into my awareness and I’ve now read the 5 entries (on the first page). It is only 4:30 a.m. but I was unable to stop reading. Your style of writing is quite appealing, seconded only by your very interesting topics and your viewpoint!

May you always keep the staff in your vision for technological advancement as we all strive to make SERSP an environment in which we excel.

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