What I’m reading 12 Jul 2015 through 15 Jul 2015

Technology Fails Plagiarism, Citation Tests – "plagiarism detection software is being unmasked as not as effective as using browser search engines." But with Turnitin, you don't actually have to read the paper. Maybe I'm cynical, but I'm thinking we don't trust our own judgements. But the better argument is this, "Both plagiarism detection and citation… Continue reading What I’m reading 12 Jul 2015 through 15 Jul 2015

bookmarks for May 28th, 2013 through June 5th, 2013

How I manage to keep active in so many networks – PhD candidate Cristina Costa on living in her PLN. – (dl dh academia2.0 ple fyw social_learning ) Your WYSIWYG Editor sucks – outlines the concerns of developers, which is a good insight into how and what they think. includes that pesky gender problem: the… Continue reading bookmarks for May 28th, 2013 through June 5th, 2013

bookmarks for May 11th, 2013 through May 18th, 2013

open letter to coursera – in the manner of a course proposal. Bob Meister – (academia coursera mooc moocs xmooc ) Ian Bogost – The Walled Kindergarten – Bogost on corporate control of MOOCs – (moocs xmooc ) Ian Bogost – Latour Litanizer – Bogost doing OOO theory – (DH theory doing OOO ) Microsoft… Continue reading bookmarks for May 11th, 2013 through May 18th, 2013

bookmarks for May 21st, 2012

Layering Personal Learning Environments – – (ple ) [toread] Wikipedia in the Classroom | NiCHE – Network in Canadian History & Environment – – (wikipedia education fyw techwriting ) Tree of Codes by Jonathan Safran Foer – review | Books | The Guardian – Guardian provides a solid ov if the context and origin of… Continue reading bookmarks for May 21st, 2012

bookmarks for April 21st, 2012

Delagrange::Technologies of Wonder – fair OV. – (DigitalHumanities erhetoric ) Prof. Jones’s wiki / Class Notes Assignment – Class notes are epistemologically weird. On the one hand, they feel quite private, but, on the other, if your understanding of what went on in class is too idiosyncratic, then you’re likely to do poorly on exams.… Continue reading bookmarks for April 21st, 2012

bookmarks for October 3rd, 2011 through October 15th, 2011

Digital Literacies for Writing in Social Media – a brief plan – (literacy digitalliteracy fyw ) the 99% movement’s use of social media – fast analysis of twitter text in the movement. – (en3177 anthropology twitter emedia digitalkulture ) How Take Control Makes EPUBs in Pages – – (none)

bookmarks for July 31st, 2011 through August 1st, 2011

#fuckyouwashington « BuzzMachine – The start of the #fuckyouwashington hashtag escspade. How a hash gets started and moving. – (twitter hashtag erhetoric #en3177 ) No one owns a hashtag « BuzzMachine – From the originator of #fuckyouwashington, which created a minor hashblurp. Some thoughts on how the tag functions socially. – (twitter hashtag # fyw… Continue reading bookmarks for July 31st, 2011 through August 1st, 2011

bookmarks for June 23rd, 2011 through July 29th, 2011

Data journalism at the Guardian: what is it and how do we do it? – Where data touches rhetorical delivery. A little self-serving (We Are The Guardian), but a good starting point for more investigation. – (data data_analysis visualization journalism prezi ) Learning Reimagined: Participatory, Peer, Global, Online – Taming a mini-mooc-like environment, with the… Continue reading bookmarks for June 23rd, 2011 through July 29th, 2011

bookmarks for May 6th, 2011 through May 9th, 2011

Atlas of the Habitual – hyper logging project. – (readlater lifelogging gps ) Do’s and Don’ts for Your Work’s Social Platforms – Andrew McAfee – Harvard Business Review – a pretty modest and conservative view of using social apps, but illustrates that writers can use them for things other than slagging off everyone else. –… Continue reading bookmarks for May 6th, 2011 through May 9th, 2011