What I’m reading 5 Mar 2016 through 7 Mar 2016

Should Academics Talk to Katie Couric? – The Chronicle – Once more into the breech of consumption. Don't make me think! "Academic writing has the benefit of scholarly rigor, full documentation, and original thinking. But the transmission of our ideas is routinely hampered — understandably, given academe’s publication, evaluation, and tenure conditions — by a… Continue reading What I’m reading 5 Mar 2016 through 7 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

bookmarks for November 10th, 2013

Queequeg’s Coffin: a Sermon for the Digital Human | Literacies | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – Reflections on digital writing in 2013. – (dh erhetoric ) Digital Writing Uprising: Third-order Thinking in the Digital Humanities | Literacies | HYBRID PEDAGOGY – Oh boy. Right on time for WCW – to find a new name as Digital Writing… Continue reading bookmarks for November 10th, 2013

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 March 21st, 2011

Open Contempt – UBC Wiki – via zombiescholar. Brian Lamb on OER, new academic cultures, EduPunk and all the rest of it this place is getting to me I can't take it any more I could get out of here and move to Canada that's where stuff it happening or maybe someplace in Cumbria Far… Continue reading bookmarks for March 21st, 2011

bookmarks for January 1st, 2011

What We Find on Found: Lists as Art, Artifact, and Sites of Connection | The New Everyday – How found (anonymous) lists encourage semiosis by (anonymous) readers. Illustrates how we construct character. – (Lists notetaking repurposing ) Licklider – Man-Computer Symbiosis 1960 – "The main aims are 1) to let computers facilitate formulative thinking as… Continue reading bookmarks for January 1st, 2011

bookmarks for July 29th, 2010 through July 31st, 2010

Slashdot Ask Slashdot Story | Your Online Education Experience? – Brief entry and extended discussion on DE including Walden, Phoenix, and state unis, being self-taught, the value of a degree. Anecdotal, but broad. – (de ple education twwt ) ZSR | The Future Of – Blogging as Scholarship – We've turned the corner on scholarly… Continue reading bookmarks for July 29th, 2010 through July 31st, 2010

bookmarks for March 22nd, 2010 through March 24th, 2010

The research network for all Masters, PhD and Postdoctoral researchers – Good posts for grad students and researchers – (twitter research scholarship2.0 ) Rethinking e-Portfolios – And of course, we still have to solve that issue of control and ownership. And as John says, students pick up what is intended. If we continue to adhere… Continue reading bookmarks for March 22nd, 2010 through March 24th, 2010

bookmarks for August 8th, 2009

Kindle and the future of reading : The New Yorker – From ordering to unboxing to reading. I saved the article to Instapaper so I can read it later, in leisure, on my iPhone. "I squeezed no new joy from these great books, though. The Gluyas Williams drawings were gone from the Benchley, and even… Continue reading bookmarks for August 8th, 2009