Construction Going On!

Holy moly! This website is a mess! Starting Aug 15, 2014 I’m beginning a major transformation of this website. Much will be changed, and much will look bad/flakey for the next 30–60 days. Sorry for the mess: but something better will emerge from this all!

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August 2014

This website is currently undergoing a redesign. Some material will be organized differently and better. Other material will be thrown away. And some new features will be added.

I currently anticipate that the redesign process will last until about December: this only a limited number of hours I can spend on a personal website per week. However, the new Mathew’s Blog will be active starting September 1, 2014 at the latest.

More soon!


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Professional Brief

Professor in the School of Education at the University of San Francisco. I teach courses in the Learning and Instruction doctoral program. I also serve as Co-Director for USF’s Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE). The Center has a specialized website for faculty support: CTE Faculty Lounge. Finally I serve as the Program Director for the new online masters program in Digital Technologies for Teaching and Learning.

Stay Connected

I don’t do Facebook, but do share thoughts and work on some key sites including:

Visual Modeling Stuff

My current favorite software tools for creating visual models of all sorts (general diagrams, concept maps, and more). All apps are Mac-only unless otherwise indicated.

Markdown Stuff

The most exciting and useful Markdown tools I’m currently using. All of these tools are for writing except for the newish Deckset which allows you to create presentations out of Markdown files. All apps listed are Mac-only unless otherwise indicated.

Key Downloads

Quickly find/download key documents here. This is just filler now, may offer something in the near future.

Under Construction