New ARC site is up!
My new website on the JFK Assassination Records Collection is now up at jfkarc.info. Stop on by!
Category Archives: School
A new semester is starting, and I’ll be teaching some general education classes that I haven’t taught for a while. Hope these are interesting for all of you who decided to enroll, I’m looking forward to meeting you!
The fall semester of 2015 ends with a shiver! Grades are done and should be mailed to you on time this year. If you want a rough preview, check your Moodle class page grade report. Enjoy the snow up on … Continue reading
A little late, but welcome to my students this semester! Looking forward to seeing you in class.
The grades for the fall semester are now all in. My apologies to my students for the delay! It was a silent semester at rabbit’s warren. Next semester I will be on leave for research so it will also be … Continue reading
All courses and students now accounted for, 2013-4 is now over. My congratulations to all those who passed and my support to those who did not. One more push next semester and you’ll be over the top. To the graduates: … Continue reading
Belated congratulations to my students Eric Chan and David Chen, who both successfully passed their MA defenses at the end of June and have now completed all revisions to their theses. Great job! I wish you both equal success in … Continue reading
Looking forward to seeing my students, hope everyone had a relaxing vacation and your grades were better than you expected…
One of the main things I use Perl for is to manage my grading chores on Chi Nan University’s Moodle system. Moodle is a very useful teaching tool, one I’ve been using for over 10 years. So if it’s such … Continue reading
Hello to all my students, It’s the beginning of another really big semester, and I’m late starting, as usual. I’m teaching fewer classes than usual this semester, working on a rather large project, but for the classes I am teaching, … Continue reading
Another semester is over, with grades in and a summer of writing to look forward to. To my students, congratulations to the many who passed, condolences to the few who didn’t, and remember: tomorrow is another day!