Wednesday, January 23, 2013
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"Profe" Alaina Wert
Tonight I begin my very first blog. I write this for my Wilkes University course EDIM 514A. The fact that it has taken me almost 3 hours already just to create this Blog makes me a bit nervous. My days of instructional technology courses teaching you how to thread a filmstrip are long gone. I sure hope my younger colleagues who have grown up already doing all of this will be patient (and helpful) to those of us who still don't know how to "tweet"!!
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