Damn, crying again. Wow.
@lauraritchie Thanks! I didn’t actually make the mitten though, I just fixed a hole in it through darning. You can see the spot where things are kind of uneven on the right of the image. That’s where I fixed the hole!
@lauraritchie it’s in our parking garage thank goodness, below our living spaces. And we were able to get it fixed enough to not be too bad, until we can get a permanent fix. But my poor partner had to spend several days dealing with this (not to mention the workers who were working on a holiday!). Stuff seems to give out at inopportune times. But fortunately we’re all good for now!
I love that the Teaching and Learning Inquiry journal has created a Distinguished Reviewer Award to acknowledge the hard work of article peer reviewers, and that they named it after Gary Poole! https://journalhosting.ucalgary.ca/index.php/TLI/GP-Reviewer-Award
I hate to ask, but here goes.
I've been looking a while and nothing with the right fit has come along. Work life balance is super important. If UK, happy to work completely in your timezone!
My site is https://rusingh.com and I'm happy to email you my CV/resume. Will start immediately once we're on the same page. 💯
Cool idea as a way to introduce people to open education: 5 weeks of open edu challenges...activities that take 10 minutes or less. Nice! https://oechallenge.opened.ca/about-the-open-education-challenge-series/ #OER
The Uni of British Columbia recently launched a new Indigenous Strategic Plan, and I'm looking forward to working with many others at the institution on implementation of the plan. https://indigenous.ubc.ca/indigenous-engagement/indigenous-strategic-plan/
BCcampus in British Columbia is hosting a webinar Oct. 14 on "Creating Accessible #OER in Pressbooks": https://bccampus.ca/event/creating-accessible-oer-in-pressbooks/ #a11y
Professor of Teaching in Philosophy at the University of British Columbia-Vancouver, Canada. Interested in open education, equity & inclusion, accessibility, as well as philosophy. She/her/hers.
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