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5 Ways Micro-learning Can Enrich Your Online Course

Posted by on July 31, 2015 | 8:00 am in Blog | 0 comments

5 Ways Micro-learning Can Enrich Your Online Course

There’s a reason Twitter, Yammer, and TED Talks are powerful forces on the web: these bite-sized platforms are engaging, digestible, and memorable.

You can harness this same power in your e-classroom by incorporating micro-learning, a new trend in education and training that’s spiked over the last few months.

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certusrentalproperties.com: WordPress website development

Posted by on June 4, 2015 | 8:40 am in Blog | Comments Off on certusrentalproperties.com: WordPress website development

certusrentalproperties.com: WordPress website development

Welcome to the Web, certusrentalproperties.com! Certus Rental Properties offers property management services to lake home owners on and around Lake Gaston. Melody Hughes, Owner of Certus Rental Properties, is a licensed realtor who focuses on providing a high level of service to both homeowners and renters. After successfully managing her own home on Lake Gaston and working with friends and family members to maintain their properties, Melody knew she wanted to expand her reach by offering her high-quality property management services to...

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Designing Handouts for Active Learning Workshops

Posted by on May 30, 2015 | 2:25 pm in Blog | Comments Off on Designing Handouts for Active Learning Workshops

Designing Handouts for Active Learning Workshops

Before leading a recent workshop series, I armed myself carefully: not with detailed PowerPoint slides or Prezi paths… but with handouts. This past May, I was invited to facilitate five different workshops for faculty at South Dakota State University, starting with an introduction to the FLIP model and then moving into effective pedagogy for enhanced student engagement within active learning classroom spaces. What was different about these workshops? Typically, presenters spend a lot of time talking. The good ones will pause for...

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Spring Cleaning for Passwords!

Posted by on April 28, 2015 | 2:13 pm in Blog | Comments Off on Spring Cleaning for Passwords!

Spring Cleaning for Passwords!

Responding to the WordPress “Critical Security Release” We’ve been doing some spring cleaning! In response to WordPress’ proactive approach to a potential security conflict, we’ve taken the initiative to update and strengthen our login passwords to all our WordPress sites. Why Change Your WordPress Password? It’s a good idea to change your password at least once a year, and spring cleaning is a great time to do that! Remember, no matter how secure your site is, if your WordPress password isn’t secure,...

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6 Responsive Design discussions other than the Google Mobile Algorithm

Posted by on April 20, 2015 | 11:01 am in Blog | Comments Off on 6 Responsive Design discussions other than the Google Mobile Algorithm

6 Responsive Design discussions other than the Google Mobile Algorithm

Everyone is talking about the Google Mobile Algorithm. For good reason! These changes, rolling out April 21st, could seriously affect Google search results—with mobile-friendly sites performing better in rankings. Now everyone’s buzzing about responsive web design, since it’s the best way to make sure your site is mobile friendly. But responsive design isn’t just a way to create a mobile friendly website—that’s only one important part of what it is. So, if you get tired of the algorithm scare talk (I mean, Google does...

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Sarah Glova facilitates Flip a Lesson workshops – from Colorado to Texas

Posted by on March 26, 2015 | 4:16 pm in Blog | Comments Off on Sarah Glova facilitates Flip a Lesson workshops – from Colorado to Texas

Sarah Glova facilitates Flip a Lesson workshops – from Colorado to Texas

Tomorrow, President Sarah Glova will facilitate the Flip a Lesson workshop for faculty at Northwest Vista College in San Antonio, Texas. In the workshop, developed by Flip It Consulting’s Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, participants analyze current research and models of the flipped classroom, develop a flipped lesson plan, and explore resources for continued professional development related to the shifting roles in the flipped environment. Sarah facilitated a similar workshop this past January for faculty at Pikes Peak Community College in...

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annaweaver-poet.com: WordPress Website Development

Posted by on February 26, 2015 | 11:44 am in Blog | Comments Off on annaweaver-poet.com: WordPress Website Development

annaweaver-poet.com: WordPress Website Development

Welcome to the Web, annaweaver-poet.com! Self-titled Open Mic Tourist and Poet in Progress Anna Weaver aims to read in all 50 states, starting with the lower 48, by 2020. So far she’s up to eight, including events in Chicago, Savannah, Nashville, Las Vegas, NYC, Charleston, and all around North Carolina’s Triangle region (where she calls home). Reify Media built Anna a website to help her track her progress, record her adventures, and share her poetry with the world. Highlights of Anna’s Website Development Project A customized...

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Reify Media and Raleigh’s Holiday Express

Posted by on December 8, 2014 | 11:02 am in Blog | Comments Off on Reify Media and Raleigh’s Holiday Express

Reify Media and Raleigh’s Holiday Express

Reify Media is proud to be a sponsor of the 2014 Holiday Express event at Pullen Park. Proceeds from the 2014 Holiday Express event will be donated to the local Ronald McDonald house. We provided the in-kind donation of website and social media development. We hope you’ll check out their new site, www.raleighholidayexpress.com! The site is mobile responsive, customized to match the Holiday Express logo, and organized to highlight sponsor involvement while also providing helpful logistical content for event attendees. We’re also...

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Time Boxing Experiment

Posted by on November 19, 2014 | 10:00 am in Blog | Comments Off on Time Boxing Experiment

Time Boxing Experiment

Four members of the Reify Media team attended the Internet Summit in Raleigh, NC this week. Using a ‘divide and conquer’ strategy, we were able to attend a wide variety of sessions and identify a number of strategies that we will start using right away for our team and for our clients. At the end of the conference, we met to share our take aways and develop action plans for implementing what we had learned during the two days. This accountability meeting is one way that we can ensure that the excitement, ideas, and plans actually come to...

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Adapt to Your Audience

Posted by on September 29, 2014 | 9:38 am in Blog | Comments Off on Adapt to Your Audience

Adapt to Your Audience

This morning, a web client walked us through one of her more complex service models. While the service made sense to her—and would to others in her field—we were a bit flabbergasted. Still, thanks to her patient and organized explanation, we eventually not only understood the service model but also believed in its value. She put it in terms that we could understand. The experience reminded me of one of my favorite Mental Floss articles: 18 Complicated Scientific Ideas Explained Simply. The article invites 18 different scientists to explain...

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