February 04, 2009 by Matt
During my interview, I got a good feel for what it’s like to be asked questions. With the blinding lights in my face, it could have been God asking me the questions for all I know.
To me this made the interview a little less personal. I could hardly see Dr. Moody, and I felt like I was in a line up while they were trying to figure out if it was Col. Mustard in the study with the candle stick (it wasn’t). However, I will be able to use my uncomfortable experience as a guide to make my interviews more pleasant. Also the line of questions that I was asked will help give me some direction in future interviews that I conduct. Overall, I made it out alive with all 10 fingers and toes and most of my self-esteem intact.
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The course utilized a blog both to continue the discussion outside the classroom, and to provide training for the students in blogging, video compression, and video sharing.
Students used the blog to post reflections and ideas, to share and comment on the video assignments, and to respond to each other's posts.