Web Design Week 2

This week for my web design course students will start to learn the basic of Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML), which is the programming code that a computer’s internet web browser reads in order to display a websites. Students will hand code their first webpage using Notepad, which is a simple text editor and then… Continue reading Web Design Week 2

Media 101 Week 2

This week’s mass media lesson covers media literacy terms used in mass communication. This week’s class activity is to examine foreign media landscapes and determine how governments sometimes censor content to meet their agenda, especially during times of war. Students will be asked to research the pros and cons of internet censorship. How censorship invades… Continue reading Media 101 Week 2

Start Here. Go Far!

Hi, my name is Professor Sandra Wisor and I am an adjunct college professor for several college campuses. In 2019, I applied to SUNY Ulster Community College to teach technology for Hudson Link For Higher Education in Prisons. This decision has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Because of the connections I made… Continue reading Start Here. Go Far!

Education Matters

Education should matter more. Our government should help college students who have large students loans. It’s one thing to delay the repayment, but the outrageous interest rate delays college students from getting out of debt. The second reason is the amount of money it costs to attend college in the first place. While federal students… Continue reading Education Matters

Stay Near, Go Far

An intelligent heart acquires knowledge, and the ear of the wise seeks knowledge - Proverbs 18:15. What does FYE stand for? It refers to a college student’s First Year Experience. Another definition is being “fired up”, so I like this idea of getting students to be excited about their education. This semester I have the… Continue reading Stay Near, Go Far

Reflecting

Keep your life free from love of money, and be content with what you have, for he has said, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.” Hebrews 13:5 Last night I drove to pick up my dinner and the I noticed the town is basically empty. It seems like every locked down day us… Continue reading Reflecting

Praying for Graduates

I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus. Philippians 3:14. Congratulations to the Class of 2020! No matter what college or high school the graduating classes this year deserve a big round of applause. These students have step up and have gone beyond all measures… Continue reading Praying for Graduates

Education Matters

There are about 3 weeks left of the semester, so this blog is dedicated to the colleges students and teachers who have had their lives turned upside down due to the coronavirus pandemic. As a adjunct professor I faced the challenge of teaching remotely half the semester, which I enjoyed doing a lot. But remote… Continue reading Education Matters

Online Education

Today’s teachers need to be able to connect, communicate, and collaboration with their students online daily. Colleges must have lots of internet bandwidth and a scalable network architecture to handle the load of thousands of users a day. For parents who are new to having your children at home, be sure to take the time… Continue reading Online Education