Jessica Knott is an Instructional Designer for Learning, Design, and Technology at Michigan State University. She was formerly an instructional designer with TechSmith Corporation’s Camtasia Relay team. Prior to that, she was a producer for Michigan State University’s Virtual University Design and Technology department. She is also pursuing a doctorate in Higher, Adult and Lifelong Education, and has a Master of Arts in Education, focusing on educational technology and K-16 leadership. Knott also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with a specialization in public relations. Her educational interests include technology governance, student engagement, shifting literacy in the online realm, and the potential of social media in higher education.
‘Hacking the Academy’ – Intimate Conversations with Voices at the Edge
When Attending a Virtual Conference, It’s the Little Things
Professional Cohorts: A Little Help From Your Friends
Study Suggests the Need for an Intergrated Learning Styles Approach to Calculus
Smackademia – the Best of Both Worlds!
Girl Develop It: A Safe Environment to Learn Coding
Passport – Blurring the Lines Between LMSs, Game Environments, and e-Portfolios
AT&T’s Online Mentoring Academy: A Model for Public-Private Partnering
The Quest for Badging: My Experiences at TCC 2012
ClassDojo – More Than Simple Behavior Tracking
Three Things Teachers Can Do With Twitter – Right Now!
The Human Face of Twitter: An Interview with Susan Murphy
How Do You Define ‘Technophobia’?
The Open Source LMS: Look Out, Big Kids
HOT@ Emerging Tech San Jose – July 20-23
Robert Morris University’s Twitter Communication Project
What’s the Buzz? Buzz
Textbook Tweets – Integrating Twitter into a Telecommunications Design Class
Digital Nation – Geeks May Be Normal, but Are They Listening?
Live by Example
A Quick Hello
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