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Why do you use MERLOT?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Gerry Hanley Oct 27, 2009.

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Describe your role in education
I'm the Executive Director of MERLOT and SkillsCommons. I'm a professor of cognitive psychology (35+ years) and the Director of the Center for Usability in Design and Accessiblity at CSU, Long Beach.
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California State University, Long Beach

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At 1:26pm on July 14, 2008, MERLOT said…
Welcome to MERLOT Voices
At 9:02pm on August 7, 2008, Ron Purser said…
Yes, I was pleased to see Merlot Voices as this is what we had been asking for from the TBC. I have sent the link to Rassoul for him to check out. We could create an area for a preconference community building for the CSU Business

At 7:06am on August 11, 2008, Sally Robertson said…
This is a great way to collaborate. I have sent a link to the Tennessee library group: TennShare. We are also using Ning social networking.
The MIC was great. I made a lot of connections and learnned a lot. Thanks.
At 7:35am on August 11, 2008, Sally Robertson said…
I do I get Library and Information Services on the Community Conversations page?
At 7:03am on September 27, 2008, Anil Srivastava said…
Incidentally, the original design of the OERC logo came from an oncologist, Dr. Larry Lessin, who is also the project director for the OERC project.
At 7:44am on September 27, 2008, Anil Srivastava said…
Thanks for pointing this out. Is it possible to re-set the password? For life of me I don't remember the password.

Also when you add the comment about Dr. Lessin and the OERC logo please also mention Evan Jackson who did the finishing touches to the artwork.
At 12:35pm on January 17, 2009, Jodye Selco said…
Gerry, thanks for being my friend! Jodye
At 12:50pm on January 24, 2009, Arfat said…
Well ...
I am professor and Head (Deptt of Electrical & Electronics Engg) at GL Bajaj Institute of Engg & Tech, Greater Noida(India).
As I am in academics & research, through my search on Internet for networking with other academicians & resaerchers for exploration of opportunities for mutual growth and learning, I got to know about MERLOT. ...& I got your profile through MERLOT.....
Looking forward to some long term learning association
At 6:46pm on March 9, 2009, Genovefa Pinnick said…
Hi Gerry. Glad to see another technology person. Although, in the STEM subjects, I think there are very few who are NOT comfortable with technology since it has become integral to the sciences. I'd love to chat with you over coffee concerning the technology levels you see incoming STEM university students using and what their real-world challenges are.

I've just returned from the Palm Springs CUE conference and my mind is expanding into all manner of projects I might create for high school bioscience curriculum. I am you know if anyone has employed the Smart Moves technique in their secondary class environment? It is a 5-minute pretest video students follow along that connects the right and left brain functions.
At 12:38pm on March 19, 2009, Peter Shea said…
Hi Gerry - well, facebook meets MERLOT, nice. Would like to talk about current NSF RFP re. NSDL and the research track. I know this is an unorthodox way to get in touch, but, what the heck?

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