Perry Samson – Mining Student Notes in Real Time to Provide Study Guides

Perry Samson of the university of Michigan had to teach bigger and bigger classes and for this he has developed lecturetools.com where you as a lecturer can upload slides, add videos and both open and multiple choice questions and make sure your students are still with you. All these interactions, students logging in, answering questions etc. Read more about Perry Samson – Mining Student Notes in Real Time to Provide Study Guides[…]

David Epstein – 10,000: The Most Dangerous Number in Sports

This morning David Epstein gave a great keynote, see below: So I decided to attend his follow up talk too. The problem with the 10.000 hours is that it is only looking at the top performers. It’s like looking at people already in the NBA, asking them how much they practiced but disregarding that they are Read more about David Epstein – 10,000: The Most Dangerous Number in Sports[…]

Presentation techniques – Chapter 0

In a few months, I’ll give my previous presentation tutorial at ICSE and I’ll put my materials and background info here on my blog. But first: why? Why should I read all your stuff about giving a good conference talk, my paper is accepted anyway? I can just copy-paste the outline and graphs from my paper and prepare Read more about Presentation techniques – Chapter 0[…]