Please introduce yourselves here. It's a great place to network and find out about others who are taking part in GRAPE Camp. Tell us something about you.
You can also ask questions here. I will reply so everyone can share in the answer.
You can also look back at previous postings from GRAPE Camp:
Thank you for commenting Maria. I welcome you to the class
Maria, I think you are in the wrong place. This is last year's discussions, but of course they are interesting to read.
You might want to check in to the 2019 Spring discussion for this May 2019 session: http://voices.merlot.org/group/grapecamp/forum/topics/grape-camp-di...
Hi Cathy! Yes, I am working on materials to add to MERLOT. I have also added MERLOT as an agenda item at the next faculty meeting for those who haven't heard about it.
Wonderful. I'm glad to hear you're spreading the word.
I'm Becca Neel, the Reference and Online Learning Librarian at the University of Southern Indiana (Evansville, IN). As a provider of both virtual and f2f instruction in matters research and information literacy, I am quite excited (...probably to an irrational extent) to embark upon this peer review training adventure with you all.
Here's to wonderful Wednesdays all around!
I did graduate study at IU in Bloomington and then worked for Cummins Engine in Columbus for a while. I know that is not exactly where you are, but still, Brown County rocks. Irrational excitement is good! :-) Welcome.
I actually just moved to Evansville about 6 months ago after spending the last 10 years in Bloomington attending, and then working for, IUB.
...It's a small world (state). :D
Nice to see some fellow IUB grads here!
I'm Stacy Southerland and am a Professor of Spanish at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). I design, teach, and coordinate UCO's online Spanish courses and have a specialization in literature by Latin American women authors. I also serve as the faculty liaison for the Center of eLearning and Connected Environments and work with the Institute for Learning Environment Design. I'm looking forward to reviewing materials for MERLOT and getting to know other Merlot peer reviewers!
Hola, Stacy. Bienvenidos. I know Laura Franklin will welcome you to the World Languages Editorial Board once you finish GRAPE Camp. And she's a good buddy of mine. And of course, you must know Jim Bidlack who used to be the Editor of Biology. Please let me know if you have any questions.
I just wanted to put in an FYI for the last day of activities. I have been out of town at the NACADA advisor's conference in Charleston, SC this week. I am working on the final day's activities to send to the material's workspace.