At Bethel, we’ve had a busy month on the heels of a demanding summer. After chatting with friends around campus, I’ve realized many of us are running a bit lean on energy.
We’re constantly prioritizing what to focus on and trying to squeeze one more
A collection of recent Newsweeks, which sit, unread, on my desk.
Today’s announcement by The Newsweek Daily Beast Co. (yes, that is the company’s real, official name) that it is ceasing publication of the once-venerable newsmagazine Newsweek pr
Back from a week at HighEdWeb and catching up. My RSS reader was stacked with articles and these were the ones that caught my attention. They aren’t organized in any way, so scan the list and I hope you’ll find something to enjoy.
by Dan Woychick
A group of people gather inconspicuously in a public place. Participants nervously wait for their cue. And then it begins, simply at first, then building momentum as more join in. The exhilaration grows as bystanders stop and watch with sur
“To design is much more than simply to assemble, to order, or even to edit; it is to add value and meaning, to illuminate, to simplify, to clarify, to modify, to dignify, to dramatize, to persuade, and perhaps even to amuse.”