Month: March 2011

Community Conversations and Personal Learning Networks

Simultaneously published at the ESRI Education Community Blog with thanks to Dr.  Tom Baker, Education Manager, ESRI Inc. Many people working in the cross-disciplinary field of GIS education may have few co-workers in their organization that they can learn from, brainstorm ideas, or even just “talk shop”.  They may be looking for ways that they …

Community Conversations and Personal Learning Networks Read More »

Perfectionism, procrastination, and an unpolished first video demo

Like many technology-oriented people, I consider myself to be a bit of a perfectionist.  There’s something about the crisp, exact, digital world that makes me want to fuss over every pixel, every detail.  To be clear, I’m not saying this in a braggy, interview way (“My worst fault? Well I guess you could say I’m …

Perfectionism, procrastination, and an unpolished first video demo Read More »