OSPF Basic Setup and EIGRP H5P Activity

For this activity, I would like you to view the following interactive video which I created with H5P. Successfully answer all of the questions and make note of the sort of assessments you’re participating in. After you have finished viewing and participating in the interactive video, I would like you to create a similar video screencast involving EIGRP setup in Packet Tracer or GNS3. As with the video below, I would like you to create Read more…

PLN Growth Reflection

My overall experience on Twitter while building my PLN (personal learning network) has been an overwhelmingly positive experience. At times, I’ve found it hard to dedicate time to connecting with new people, but whenever I’ve forced myself to step out of my shell it has paid off immensely. Regarding blogs, this course has pushed me to find better resources to share with my PLN. However, it’s been a challenge to find someone precisely in my Read more…

Reflections on the use of Twitter

This last week I’ve used Twitter more than I ever have. Previously, I used Twitter solely as a news aggregation point. I didn’t want to get involved in the petty arguments that are all too common on this online platform, so I contributed nothing. After a while, I stopped using the platform as political and social discord even permeated my feed, which I thought had been immune had it not been for the intensity of Read more…

Rowell Dionicio Interview

Connected Educator interview for Fresno Pacific University ET735 course. Rowell Dionicio is a wireless engineer at Stanford University and co-hosts the podcast Clear to Send, co-creator at the YouTube channel WiFi of Everything, and runs his own wireless consulting, design, and implementation company, Packet6. Our interview covers topics involving connecting on social media, content creation, and how both contribute to learning and career development. Rowell Dionicio @rowelldionicio Clear to Send WiFi of Everything Packet6 Apologies Read more…

ET735: Activity 4.1 – Follow 5, Find 2, Take 1

Followed new connected educators @mariagalanis ‏ @thomascmurray @web20classroom @malalande @InnovativeEdu New resources and tools Zoom – Have used it often with vendors and class for video conferencing but have never hosted my own call until recently. Its free offering, with recording at no cost, is very helpful. PeerGrade – looks like an easy way to do computer based peer review. Educause: 2018 Top 10 IT Issues, Technologies, and Trends Action steps I created a class Read more…

The New Mobile Workplace and Classroom

Recently, I had a chance to visit the Aruba Networks headquarters in Santa Clara, California. Aruba is a subsidiary of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and provides wired and wireless network solutions that are only second in market share to Cisco in the wireless space. This wasn’t my first visit to the Aruba as I had attended an IT educational summit around a year ago when the campus first opened. Aruba likes to brag about the fact that Read more…