UPDATE: And just as I went to hit post – the email came that the conference is canceled. Oh well. I’m posting anyway because this topic isn’t going away.
These are further reading/ exploration resources to go along with a talk that is supposed to happen at Online Northwest tomorrow. If I sound less than confident, it is because this is the view from my front door.
I live a 10 minute walk from the conference venue, and this is western Oregon, and we don’t really do snow.
I hope my doubts are misplaced, because this is routinely one of my favorite conferences and even though I am being denied the opportunity to hear some good friends speak by poor scheduling luck, I was really looking forward to the keynote. I saw on the twitter that Andromeda won’t be able to get here, though, so things are not looking up.
In the interest of optimism, though, here’s the stuff behind this talk:
Hannah Gascho Rempel, Chad Iwertz & Anne-Marie Deitering. Harnessing the Web to Create an Environment that Supports Curiosity, Exploration and Learning. Online Northwest, 7 February 2014.
Curiosity Self-Assessment – try it yourself!
What we used in FYC:
Creating an embeddable twitter timeline (we are using the List Timeline option)
Mapping OSU Research – Google map
7 Ways to Make a Google Map Using Google Spreadsheets. Note: ours is made by hand right now – but there might be interest in these options.
Newsmap — treemap style visualization of Google News.
Tiki-Toki — timeline generator
TimelineJS (integrated with Google Spreadsheets)