bookmarks for January 5th, 2013 through January 7th, 2013

Beta Reader and Review Policy : Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology – An option to peer review, as implemented at Ada. Yet another new literacy practice. "Beta readers are writers who work with authors to provide critical and constructive feedback, including help with organization, development and progression of an argument, and… Continue reading bookmarks for January 5th, 2013 through January 7th, 2013

bookmarks for November 21st, 2010 through November 22nd, 2010

Humanities Scholars Embrace Digital Technology – NYTimes.com – One for the local lib ed folks. We don't do numbers, right? – (libed libarts2.0 humanities visualization history newliteracy ) SPIEGEL Interview with Umberto Eco: ‘We Like Lists Because We Don’t want to die" – Semiotician on lists. – (semiotics lists )

bookmarks for October 4th, 2010 through October 6th, 2010

500 Internal Server Error – 500 Internal Server Error – (none) Notes, Lists, and Everyday Inscriptions | The New Everyday – In this cluster of The New Everyday we examine new everyday inscriptions, both the scholarly and the utterly mundane – from the grocery list to the collaboratively organized and annotated archive. The nine essays… Continue reading bookmarks for October 4th, 2010 through October 6th, 2010

bookmarks for August 13th, 2010 through August 15th, 2010

Beautiful Photos, if Barely Photography – Lens Blog – NYTimes.com – Optimistic photo- and voice essay on how to see. – (newmedia newliteracy flickr blogging socialpractices semiotics photography ) Rare Sharing of Data Led To Results In Alzheimer’s Research – – (open_source copyright the_commons )

traveling without a laptop

I’m considering traveling to the UK for a month without a laptop – just (ha!) an iPad and an iPhone with data roaming off. The rationale is weight and accumulation – and fear of fanaticism. Both my wife and I traveling with MacBooks and iPhones makes a kind of embarrassing middle-class sense. Compatibility. Shared chargers.… Continue reading traveling without a laptop

bookmarks for June 11th, 2010

Developing a Personal Open Courseware Strategy – ProfHacker – The Chronicle of Higher Education – Brief column on making that MIT move to open sourcing content. Plan. Use your own server. Use your own CMS (wiki). Promote to admin. – (Opensource publishing2.0 academicblogging academic ) Critical Literacy Course – PLE/Critical Literacies open course from Plearn… Continue reading bookmarks for June 11th, 2010

bookmarks for June 10th, 2010 through June 11th, 2010

Critical Literacy Course – PLE/Critical Literacies open course from Plearn CA. Start here to see how the model works. – (de ple openeducation opencourse newliteracy ) Patterns of Change | Critical Literacies Online Course Blog – Excellent overview article on change, especially for sense of modeling and IA and design: linear, slope, driver, attractor, dialectic.… Continue reading bookmarks for June 10th, 2010 through June 11th, 2010

bookmarks for April 25th, 2010

Internet Prof Scam TechCrunch – TechCrunch enacting blogging position for addressing scam. – (Blog Blogging Scam En3177 Journalism ) Internet Prof Scam TechCrunch – TechCrunch enacting blogging position for addressing scam. – (Blog Blogging Scam En3177 Journalism ) Who follows AP anyway? TechCrunch – – (Journalism Styleguide AP Newliteracy Linguistic_change )

bookmarks for July 19th, 2009

The Ed Techie: Social media learning principles – Martin Weller on six principles to keep in mind while designing networked instruction. 1. <embed> is the universal acid of the web – we should build around it. 2. Simple with reach trumps complex with small audience. 3. Sharing is a motivation to participation – so make… Continue reading bookmarks for July 19th, 2009