Academic Technology links for October 31, 2012

Approved LinksTime for our weekly links to articles we think you may be interested in — enjoy!


Here and there I’ve started seeing information about giving students feedback on their work via audio files. ¬†This post from Profhacker is about a computer science professor who employs this method for programming assignments.

A post from Study Hacks about using productivity strategies as a professor. Overall the blog is a pretty good read!

At Inside Higher Ed, there’s an article about how students are using social media. ¬†Apparently students often don’t realize the impact of information from their “public” social media accounts.


Have a great week, all!

About Kim Mann

Kim Mann is the editor and a writer for the Academic Technology Blog. She earned her BA in English from the University of Minnesota in 2003 and her MA in American Studies from William & Mary in 2009, and her PhD in American Studies at the College in 2014. Her research is on technology, the interface, and the body in mid-twentieth century science fiction.