I am a professor of Library Science at Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas. My particular academic interests are technology, librarianship, and ethics. My publications include two books:
Cybersins and Digital Good Deeds, 2006, Haworth Press
Internet and Personal Computing Fads, 2003, Haworth Press
I must say this is handy. I just uploaded a powerpoint presentation that I plan to use soon, using SlideShare. After uploading, I had the option to share it here. So...here it is! The raison d'etre for this powerpoint is to help people come up with creative ideas for teaching with technology, even if they have little or no Internet access. I share David Jonassen's philosophy about mindtools and then give some activities that go along with it. They all involve the use of readily available, low-cost or free applications. This is intended to be useful even in the most heavily filtered schools where Web 2.0 options are blocked.