What I’m reading 28 Jul 2016 through 17 Aug 2016

The rhetorical style of spontaneous speech – – (linguistics orality erhetoric ) Hypothes.is as a public research notebook – – (annotation DH notetaking ) Choral Explanations and OER: A Summary of Thinking to Date | Hapgood – Mike's OV of choral voices. I'm connecting the choral with the Greek chora. – (oer wiki fedwiki chora… Continue reading What I’m reading 28 Jul 2016 through 17 Aug 2016

What I’m reading 20 Jul 2016 through 28 Jul 2016

Context, Commentary, and Close Reading: What Slate’s Annotated “Bartelby” Can Tell Us About Reading and Writing with Digital Annotation – > the already-annotated text (like Kahn’s “Bartelby”) is good for some kinds of reading, but not others. Specifically, while digital annotation overcomes some of the barriers to readerly engagement with a complex text, like lack of historical… Continue reading What I’m reading 20 Jul 2016 through 28 Jul 2016

What I’m reading 16 Jun 2016 through 19 Jun 2016

Language Log » Gertrude Trump – Yep: Donald is channeling Gertrude Stein in his prose. – (rhetoric modernism ) Is “The Web As a Tool For Thought” a Gating Item? | Hapgood – > The first, biggest, and most important step is to get people to think of the web as something bigger than just… Continue reading What I’m reading 16 Jun 2016 through 19 Jun 2016

What I’m reading 9 Jun 2016 through 16 Jun 2016

[toread] Gone Home and Its Hidden Objects | Lost Worlds: Explorations in Digital Humanities Game Design – "As part of ongoing research on improving the understanding of narrative in gameplay, this article seeks to explore design strengths and weaknesses in Gone Home." – (DH gaming design ) [toread] Historyonics: Privatising the Digital Past – This… Continue reading What I’m reading 9 Jun 2016 through 16 Jun 2016

What I’m reading 19 Mar 2016 through 22 Mar 2016

The Purpose of Online Discussion – Hybrid Pedagogy – Whether this article addresses the matter of //purpose// is open, but there is this matter of mediation rephrased: "While the introjection of machines is an interesting opportunity for further educational research, as an instructor, plan for student participation with this in mind: they are interacting with… Continue reading What I’m reading 19 Mar 2016 through 22 Mar 2016

What I’m reading 28 Feb 2016 through 4 Mar 2016

Precarious Deliberation and Failing Faster: The Value of Glitch in Multimodal Public Writing Assignments – – (dh composing comp_theory ) Bootstrapping the Library | Hapgood – – (dh fedwiki wikity scaffolding scholarship2.0 ) Collaborative Literary Creation and Control – Co-written article, addresses collab in Webster's Revised, Pound and Eliot. Looks at collaborative techniques as they… Continue reading What I’m reading 28 Feb 2016 through 4 Mar 2016

What I’m reading 27 Jan 2016 through 30 Jan 2016

10 Ways to Annotate with Students – Hypothesis – annotation as an end in itself, a waypoint. – (dh en3177 notes annotation tools notetaking ) Lean WordPress: A guide to optimizing your CMS – – (#en3177 en3177 ) Representation or Presentation? – A primer by Jill Waker Rettberg. Essential reading for students looking at selfies… Continue reading What I’m reading 27 Jan 2016 through 30 Jan 2016

fedwiki as notebook and a style guide for the coterie

When I first started using a traditional wiki (c. 2002, I think), I mistakingly saw it as a form of wide-ranging publication – a hypertextual companion to the blog. I was looking for a universal notebook-cum-database; a one-stop shop for drafting, revising, and publishing; a elegant – because it was the smallest database that would… Continue reading fedwiki as notebook and a style guide for the coterie

What I’m reading 16 Jul 2015 through 22 Jul 2015

Beyond Conversation – FedWiki – “In the newer style, content is kept fairly short, and fairly link-less. But at the bottom of the articles we annotate by linking to other content with short explanations of each link. … People seeing your links can choose accept or reject them. Good and useful connections can propagate along… Continue reading What I’m reading 16 Jul 2015 through 22 Jul 2015

What I’m reading 11 Jun 2015 through 18 Jun 2015

Almost There … Virtually Connecting | Enhancing the virtual event experience – Maha Bali and Rebecca Hogue and a host of others are experimenting with google Hangouts at conferences as a way of connecting the stay-at-homes with the conference attendees. Unscripted, w/o a net. – (DH a&e Hangouts DE ) Wikifying Annotations – Mike imagines… Continue reading What I’m reading 11 Jun 2015 through 18 Jun 2015