Monthly Archives: September 2009

Ditch-Diggers Make the World Go Around

So, I usually share links to articles that have made me think wonderful things based upon their content. While this article’s content is meaningful, my real reason for sharing it has to do with the attitudes expressed in comments 1 … Continue reading

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The World Needs Ditch Diggers, Too

So, in the most recent Inside Higher Ed news feed, there was an article pointing to data that suggests we should only be encouraging every American to pursue post-secondary education only if we consider job training as said “education.” A … Continue reading

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Advising in Public Spaces

I recently recommenced my practice of posting appointment reminders for my students on Facebook. This is an advising tool I’ve used since the fall of 2005 and have never received negative feedback nor experienced adverse repercussions on my relationship with … Continue reading

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