What I’m reading 23 Feb 2017 through 24 Feb 2017

Mike Caulfield – Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers – Mike Caulfield's "nstruction manual to reading on the modern internet." Fact checking, detecting bias, getting around as a web-literate person. Built with PressBooks. > We’ll show you how to find pages that have been deleted, figure out who paid for the web site you’re looking… Continue reading What I’m reading 23 Feb 2017 through 24 Feb 2017

What I’m reading 9 Jan 2016

Kathleen Fitzpatrick – The Pleasure of the Blog: e Early Novel, the Serial, and the Narrative Archive – – (DH #en3177 en3177 ) Jan Schmidt – Blogging Practices: An Analytical Framework – "This article proposes a general model to analyze and compare different uses of the blog format. Based on ideas from sociological structuration theory,… Continue reading What I’m reading 9 Jan 2016

What I’m reading 31 Dec 2015 through 5 Jan 2016

Education: Where the “Customer” is the “Product” – Ah, welcome back to university. Pity no one's listening. – (none) How the Internet changed the way we read – Er, tl;dr. No evidence, nothing new. So read 'em and weep. – (reading literacy attention_economy ) The future of blogging is blogging – An end of year… Continue reading What I’m reading 31 Dec 2015 through 5 Jan 2016

on pinboard for March 20th, 2014 through March 21st, 2014

Storing my Stuff in Pinboard — bitdepth – – (pinboard notetaking notebooks collecting PLE ) this progress | if:book – Buried in the middle of Claude Lévi-Strauss’s Tristes Tropiques, a book digressive in exactly the right way, is an astonishing argument about writing. Lévi-Strauss considers what the invention of writing might mean in the history… Continue reading on pinboard for March 20th, 2014 through March 21st, 2014

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 May 14th, 2011 through May 16th, 2011

[toread] m.guardian.co.uk – – (none) [toread] Confessions of an Aca/Fan: Archives: What Constitutes an Open-Book Exam in the Digital Age? – – (none) In Defense of Hard: When Easier Isn’t Better – Are we dumbing down processes that ought to be difficult? valuing ease at the cost of growth? heard it before, but this is… Continue reading bookmarks for May 14th, 2011 through May 16th, 2011

bookmarks for January 22nd, 2011 through January 23rd, 2011

McNeill – Blogging as New Literacy Practice – Looks at some affordances in weblogs that enable "a new literacy practice characterised by what Lankshear and Knobel call an “active sociality” (2006: 1). This “active sociality” is exemplified by modes of participation and displays of identity and affiliation that mark it out as significantly different from… Continue reading bookmarks for January 22nd, 2011 through January 23rd, 2011

bookmarks for October 22nd, 2010 through October 27th, 2010

Student Bloggers | Electronic Frontier Foundation – From the EFF: a review of students' speech rights in the US. Don't panic. If students really want to trash teachers, they'll do it on Facebook, anyway. – (en3177 weblogs blogs dangersofblogging ) Proposing a Taxonomy of Social Reading – discussing the text in the margins is the… Continue reading bookmarks for October 22nd, 2010 through October 27th, 2010