Georgia Tech Library Tours Promote Writing and Communication Success in ENGL1101/1102 and LCC3403

Last Friday, I brought my ENGL1101 (College Writing I) and LCC3403 (Technical Communication) students to the Georgia Tech Library for a tour of the facilities and services (and archives for LCC3403). I believe that libraries are an incredibly important part of one’s on-going learning, personal development, and professional distinction. Libraries aggregate knowledge for its readersContinue reading “Georgia Tech Library Tours Promote Writing and Communication Success in ENGL1101/1102 and LCC3403”

DevLab’s End of Semester Best Computing Practices Workshop, Wed, Dec 4, 2013, 4-5PM

Our computers and other computing devices store some of our most important belongings: photos, videos, music, syllabi, research, and manuscripts. We owe it to ourselves to maintain and protect these things through best practices in computer maintenance, security, backups, and training. During the upcoming winter break, I would like to encourage everyone to spend someContinue reading “DevLab’s End of Semester Best Computing Practices Workshop, Wed, Dec 4, 2013, 4-5PM”

Learning from our Grandmothers: Memories of my Granny Ellis (1918-2012)

Early Monday morning, I received an unexpected phone call from my Dad. Obviously upset, he told me that my Granny Ellis had passed away during the night. It was hard to wrap my head around this fact. She was 94 years old, and she marshaled on despite numerous health problems–especially later in life. She wasContinue reading “Learning from our Grandmothers: Memories of my Granny Ellis (1918-2012)”