Posts Tagged ‘extension’

My friday morning started with a talk on community extension work, and the extension works done by Cebu State College of Science and Technology for the past few years since the previous SUC President mandated the inclusion of extension in the functions of the college.

After a few hours we ended the assembly and proceeded to the CAS department to check my present teaching load. Unfortunately, our chairman was unable to finish posting our loads, so my colleague  and I decided to visit our alma matter, the University of San Carlos.

When I was on the stairs, and on my way to the Psychology Department of the University of San Carlos, someone called me out, “Hi Miss!” When I turned around, it was my crush, who is at the same time one of my favorite teachers in the Psychology Department, Dr. Fredrick Boholst. And I was kind of “Hi sir, wa ko kabantai nimu” (“Hi sir, I didn’t notice you” ). He smiled and went. Agoi! He made my day.  🙂

Anyways, the purpose of my visit was to check what courses they offer for a Masters’ degree, because I was thinking about pursuing my masters’ degree while I am studying my Diploma in Professional Education, and at the same time teaching part time in Cebu State College of Science and Technology, which will soon be Cebu Technological University. However, my mother advised me to pursue my plan the next year because it would be a pressure on my part to be studying two courses at the same time. And on July, I will be taking my Civil Service Commission Board Examination for a government employee licensure.

When I came back to college, we had a research assembly. It was a very interesting talk since I love research, inspired by few of my previous research teachers and thesis consultants during my baccalaureate degree. Then there was a debate as to whether which is the best and most reliable research source, it is textbooks or journal articles. And there was also a question if a research title could be written in interrogative form, and if there is an existing published journal with an interrogative title.

And that’s what conspired my day today.

Tomorrow is another day, and It’s school day.

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Can’t exceed 140 characters for your Twitter updates? when sometimes there’s more to say than 140 characters.

Problem solved!

Twerbose lets you post, comment tweets with longer characters, and insert images and videos in your tweets, now that is really cool.

Twerbose

XLTweet comes from the creator of TwitWall, also extends your twitter character capability to beyond 140 characters. XLTweet will tweet the first 120 characterss, create a bit.ly short url similar to Twitter’s tiny url, then save the rest on your own XLTweet page. Also, XLTweet automatically adds your XLTweet generated tweets to your favorites just in case you forgot XLTweet link.

XLTweet

BiggerTwitter is an addon rather a Twitter clone that lets you post massive tweets and is posted directly to your Twitter profile.

BiggerTwitter

TwitLonger is created by a freelance developer Stuart Gibson. TwitLonger longers your tweets beyond 140. TwitLonger automatically tweets your updates to your Twitter profile. However, there is a google adsense at the bottom of the tweets generated by TwitLonger.

TwitLonger

Though these Twitter extensions deviates to the idea of micro-blogging, they are still great extensions for twittering beyond 140 characters, especially when sharing links that do not fit the limited number of characters.

Problem Solved!

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