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Bonni Stachowiak
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I thrive on opportunities to help individuals in the professional and academic environments maximize their potential.
I thrive on opportunities to help individuals in the professional and academic environments maximize their potential.

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VIDEO: How to create a pencast #edtech @teamdoceri

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.@kenbain1 on Teaching in #HigherEd #036:What the best college teachers do #profchat http://teachinginhighered.com/36 

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Great conversation on practical productivity with Dr. Natalie Houston, from University of Houston, who also writes for The Chronicle of Higher Ed's ProfHacker blog.
http://teachinginhighered.com/podcast/practical-productivity-in-academia-podcast/ 

I thought I had a use case for Hazel and finally bought it, preparing to dive in. However, I think I may have mistook the functions of Hazel in this particular case. 

I'm a professor and use a combination of a SnagIt mini-screencasts, dropbox folders, and annotated PDFs for giving feedback to students on assignments. 

I'm trying to be as efficient with this process, as possible. Things are getting really streamlined, except in one case:

Is there a way to copy a list of names from Excel or a text file and then have each row/line from the list get turned into a separate folder? 

That way, each time I wanted to go through the grading process for a particular class, I could easily create a folder for each student in which to place items related to their feedback for a given assignment.

Any ideas for me?

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Is your resolution to rethink grading? Dr. Linda Nilson talks about specifications grading on episode 29 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. 

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How to see what we've been missing: Cathy Davidson on the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. 

http://teachinginhighered.com/podcast/cathy-davidson/

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Great conversation with Dr. Bethany Usher regarding teaching through undergraduate research. 

http://teachinginhighered.com/podcast/teaching-student-research/ 
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I'm still marveling at how much Dr. Michelle Miller @MDMillerPHD was able to cover #profchat #edtech http://teachinginhighered.com/26 
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