My Summer 2014 To-Do List – Web Dev: Week 1

Summer 2014 marks the end of my graduate school life that has occupied a good chunk of my life the past five years. As I transition from school, I’ve decided to spend Summer of 2014 solidifying my web development skills. In the past I’ve worked with building custom web sites on management systems like WordPress […]

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jQuery Workshop

Reposted from: http://librarybrooke.blogspot.com/2012/03/building-page-building-basic-page-using.html Building a page Building a basic page using jQuery Mobile requires a working knowledge of HTML and CSS, but doesn’t require knowledge of JavaScript or other more advanced coding and markup languages. For some elements, such as forms, some knowledge of PHP is helpful, but creating a basic mobile-enabled site doesn’t require it. […]

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Academic Technology Demonstration

Teaching Demo for Cornell College

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Teaching Philosophy Statement

Ian Mason December 14, 2009 My passion for teaching and education springs from my own experiences as a student, as an ESL instructor, and as a librarian. Upon graduating from college, I was awarded a travel grant to teach ESL to college students in China. When I first began teaching English classes, I would oftentimes […]

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