A Brief History of Communication Media

March 17th, 2009

From primary orality through to our current age, there have been a number of major communication advancements traceable through the tools and technology that have risen. Each of these advancing examples tended (or tends) to have a specific delivery style, conditions of communication, and offers us one or more benefit–aural, visual, textual, archival, or live interactive–while lacking, or even removing, another. Read the rest of this entry »

ATTW Presentation Video is Up

March 16th, 2009

The video recording of my ATTW presentation is up. I also added a movie of the PPT slideshow. Click play on the video and then immediately click Play on the PPT video below it; you can watch them together.
Check out the Video(s)

Dissertation Topic Detailed

December 30th, 2008

As discussed in my November 25th post on Dissertation Topic – Online Video Conversations, I have focused down the topic and am moving forward. Here is an informal proposal detailing the direction I am going. As my die-hard follower(s) might notice, some of this was a portion of the ATTW proposal – that is a portion of my intended dissertation research. Read the rest of this entry »

ATTW Conference Presentation Proposal

October 24th, 2008

Here is the proposal I am submitting for the 2009 ATTW Conference:

Simulating Synchronicity in the Online Classroom Through Embedded Audio-Visual Discussions Read the rest of this entry »