bahula-blog

Category: Technology

  • Online Theological Education: An Updated Working Bibliography

    Online Theological Education: An Updated Working Bibliography

    For a more dynamic presentation, see the Online Theological Education Zotero group. This list builds on that of Charles Bellinger, Theological Education and Distance Learning: A Working Bibliography.

  • Is the medium the message of educational technology?

    Is the medium the message of educational technology?

    [Posted on the UOIT Technology & Curriculum blog.] Only a tiny fraction of what you communicate is sent through the words that you use, according to the research of Albert Mehrabian and others. Much of your message is sent through your tone of voice, your rate of speech, your facial expressions, your body posture and […]

  • Is Typing Making Us Stupid?

    Is Typing Making Us Stupid?

    Listening to the CBC lunch-time phone in last week reminded me of this article (How Handwriting Boosts the Brain – WSJ.com) that I read months ago and the struggle that we had with Trillium International School to have our children taught cursive writing. “Using advanced tools such as magnetic resonance imaging, researchers are finding that […]

  • Cursive writing will never die!

    Cursive writing will never die!

    My children have returned to school. A measure of routine is returning to my life. It is time for me to get back to writing. One of my friends told me so! Describing what I do as writing is a bit of misnomer though. If we are describing the physical act of tracing or forming […]

  • Don’t Waste Your Life on your Apps

    I am finally upgrading from the cast-off Motorola v360 that I’ve used for 3 years and from the even older Windows Mobile iPaq that died several months ago. Because of a new corporate plan, this week I got a shiny new all-in-one Android smart phone with a data plan. Don’t try to change my mind […]