Monthly Archives: March 2016

Using Technology to Create Presentations that Engage Students

One of the “Inside the White House” presentations created by a student using Prezi. We’ve entered the homestretch of the semester and Spring Fever is in the air.  Spring Break is nearly upon us and that means that final papers … Continue reading

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Exploring the Regions of the World with GoogleEarth

A couple of years ago, I took over teaching World Regional Geography from another history instructor who was burned out with the class. After my first semester, I could see why: grading stacks of map exercises that included coloring in … Continue reading

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