The Blog As Teaching Tool

Toothpaste For Dinner

I’m already aware of a few instances where university professors are using this blog as content for their classes and are recommending it to their students as a resource.  They have reached out and let me know of their and their students’ interest.  

That warms my heart immensely.  

I am also aware of some others that are using the blog in this way and have not sent me an email or called.  How do I know?  I can see the students accessing the blog with a course ID from a university.  
So…You know who you are and you’re busted. 
But seriously, there’s no cost or obligation.  It’s just that I would love to know about it.  So, please email or call me and tell me about how you’re using the blog in your classroom.  
This past winter term I also taught classes for the Information Systems Security Management Program at De Paul University in Chicago.  I’d love to do more of that.  Take a look at the sidebar and the archives for topics I like talking about.  Drop me a note and we can come up with some creative way to get live experience and opinion about these issues into your accounting,  finance, information systems or auditing classroom. 
With distance and on-line learning, there’s now no excuse.
1 reply
  1. Krupo
    Krupo says:

    lol, your topic was pretty much the reason I got into writing in the first place, as anything else would feel just a bit too self-indulgent. 😉

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