Posts Tagged ‘Academia’

SIMSOC: Online

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

SIMSOC, pronounced “sim-sock,” is a dynamic group simulation game that forces participants to cope with the daily problems of governing society. Assuming a variety of roles, the players grapple with issues like abuse of power, justice, diversity, trust, and leadership as they negotiate their way through labor-management strife, political turmoil, and natural disasters. To be successful, players must utilizes every basic social process from cooperation and reward to threat and punishment.


SoundBooth, Audacity, and Premiere Pro CS4

Thursday, October 1st, 2009

Basically had this project to do for school… I was taking a Multimedia in Education course and we were ¬†essentially using Audacity to record and edit sounds.
The course was geared towards education purposes, but I had to kick it up a notch!

Here’s the original post from the discussion board from my course


4-year Laptop Initiative

Monday, April 6th, 2009

For a class, I was asked to evaluate some kind of change or initiative that could take place at my school/university… Interestingly enough, I integrated the assignment into my workplace. ¬†The result was a proposal paper and presentation about a laptop initiative. (more…)