Just posted the web version of our once per semester publication, the mcli Forum which our office has been publishing in print and paper since 1993 (before 2000 it was the Labyrinth-Forum). We have a mixture of faculty, guest, and our own staff authored articles that highlight teaching, learning, assessment, and technology efforts at Maricopa.
The Spring 2004 mcli Forum features articles on
- Building a Community for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: The MIL Model
- A Story About Teaching Digital Storytelling at Scottsdale Community College
- Applying Early Brain Research
- Drinking Tea Down Under: A Summer Cultural Experience
- A Psychology Delegation in South Africa
and updates on mcli programs:
- Adjunct Faculty Professional Growth
- The Arts
- Faculty Development
- Faculty In Progress Program
- Faculty Professional Growth
- Learning Grants
- Maricopa CARES
This publication was one of my first and favorite forays into web design by CSS– though it is still a clunk of HTML tables and CSS formatting–, and finely matches the print version (in addition to hypertext, and sometimes including more content than can fit in the paper version). From the exported version (Word format), re-processing the images, and marking up as HTML, it is about a 5-7 hour process, which would be even longer without some templates and easy search and replace features of BBEdit (I will never stop singing the praise of BBEdit’s grep across multiple files).
The post "mcli Forum Spring 2004" was originally slapped on the butt by a cigar smoking doctor yelling "It's a post!" at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2004/05/mcli-forum/) on May 10, 2004.