Made my first Scratch game. Version 1.0 of “Information Literacy Jeopardy”. It was fun and frustrating but mainly fun.
Round two of my ePortfolio review has been sent back. B-D and revised A were all accepted but for E, I missed the point. So I had to rewrite Core Comp E from the ground up. Nothing like having to do 5 competencies these last two weeks.
Comps F-I and revised E are being sent off today. Pushing onward to J-M in the next two weeks. Internet Librarian is on Oct. 26-29 and that will be in the middle of the last set of ePortfolio work. I hope that is not going to be an issue.
INFO287 – Gamification is going OK. I wish I had more time to spend on it. I think I could do better. I have to create a Scratch game in the next two days. Oh boy.
Wow, my last semester at SJSU in the MLIS program. Having come this far, I am frightened that I will be able to pull it all together and complete the ePortfolio. And I am asking myself, why did I take two classes this semester? Should I drop INFO287, Gaming, to concentrate on the ePortfolio class only?
The gaming class should be fun. Sounds like we’ll be creating a game for the class.
I just received the introduction email for INFO 289 – ePortfolio. Looks like I will have to create a new blog, if I want to use a blog, to create my ePortfolio because I will need to setup a password protected site. No problem. I can just setup a private blog here and migrate what I already have to it.
As for LIBR250 – Instructional Design. I just need to rewrite my proposal using the suggestions from my peers. It shouldn’t be too bad.
Half way through the summer session. It is difficult to know where I stand with this class. I’ve been getting 100s on all my assignments so I guess that is good. Now I’ve got to pull it all together and create my project from these assignments. Project? My original idea came from my mom asking me about her Kindle Fire and getting on the Internet. So I expanded that to teaching a class of seniors. Should be fun.
More excitingly is the close encounter of Pluto by the New Horizon’s spacecraft. Less than 14 hours from closest approach now. I can’t wait to see the high res. images.