Ta-Da ... it's Hammergirl!

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by hammergirl, Jan 18, 2011.

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  1. hammergirl

    hammergirl New Member

    Since I've posted a few times I thought I'd give a bit more background on who I am ...

    I came to this site looking for some expertise on finding a DL doctorate program in leadership and, by jove, I think I've got it!

    I live in Canada and well, our education sector for higher learning is a LOT more straightforward. Every university is credible, with some having a better reputation than others. Not so in the U.S. where the majority of DL doctorate programs are!

    So as to my ed background ... I have BA in Humanities '92 from McMaster University, followed by a General MBA '01 also from Mac, followed by an M.Ed. '10 from Brock University. I did all of these part-time and I've gotta say I really like school!

    I think I have a profound intellectual curiosity which is why I started thinking about doing a doctorate. Well to be honest I was thinking about another Masters degree and my boss said "a Masters? I thought you'd be looking at a doctorate!" And so the search began.

    I'm starting my application for Indiana Tech in their PhD in Global Leadership which looks really cool. It's not a "true" DL it has a 3 day residency per year ... but heck 3 days I can do!

    Cheers all!
     
  2. emmzee

    emmzee New Member

    Welcome, fellow Canadian :) It's unfortunate how few DL degrees are offered in Canada isn't it? Maybe there should be a new thread started to list available programs ... the two schools that immediately come to mind are

    Athabasca - Programs : Athabasca University

    Memorial - Distance Education and Learning Technologies | Programs Offered Online

    One being relatively cheap, the other not so much :D
     
  3. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Best of luck with your plan. Please let us know how you progress. BTW, I enjoyed the "My Fair Lady" reference.
     
  4. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    __________
    :smashfreakB:
     
  5. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly

    Thompson Rivers University in B.C. has a lot.

    -=Steve=-
     
  6. hammergirl

    hammergirl New Member

    Maniac .. you know I thought of that ... and to explain where Hammergirl comes from ... and its not anime ... I live in Hamilton, Ont ... aka the Hammer and I am female ... ergo ... Hammergirl ... a bit lame but ...
     
  7. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    Have we reached our limit on Canadians on DI?? J/k glad to have you (as long as you’re not French speaking) and I like the name!!!
     
  8. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    Que veus-tu dire?! :mad:
     
  9. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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  10. SurfDoctor

    SurfDoctor Moderator Staff Member

    No, but we're full up to here with Texans! :smile:
     
  11. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    Easy now....You can never ever have enough Texans!! Never!

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  12. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    [video=youtube;ZvkjewgF8GQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvkjewgF8GQ[/video]
     
  13. SurfDoctor

    SurfDoctor Moderator Staff Member

    Yeeehaaa! You already know that I can joke like that because my whole family is from Texas.
     
  14. Maniac Craniac

    Maniac Craniac Moderator Staff Member

    From dumb old Texas?
     
  15. nanoose

    nanoose New Member

    Never. Impossible.
    (from another Canuck)
     
  16. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    Like maple syrup…..slowly oozing into our nation…..


    I’m just playing around, on a different note I love me some Sponge Bob SP. I have two boys and we watch it all the time when they get home. Surprisingly it has a ton of adult’s only jokes my kids never understand.



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    “Dumb old texas”……lolzzzz I think NOT!
     
  17. SteveFoerster

    SteveFoerster Resident Gadfly

    I forbade my six year old from watching Spongebob when he started to laugh like him. I'd much rather he watched Phineas and Ferb, especially the newer ones where the people making it have realized they have as many adult viewers as kids and become intergenerationally hilarious.

    Or, put another way:

    "Aren't you a little old to be watching Phineas and Ferb?"
    "Why yes, yes I am."

    -=Steve=-
     
  18. b4cz28

    b4cz28 New Member

    P & F is hilarious indeed!!!
     
  19. Kizmet

    Kizmet Moderator Staff Member

    Perry rules!
     

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