What I’m reading 24 May 2017 through 28 May 2017

A Flexible, Interoperable Digital Learning Platform: Are We There Yet? -e-Literate – Defining learning platforms. > I believe incentives in the industry have changed enough that we could have a win-win scenario for all implementing parties. Hmmm. Break into small groups. Discuss. – (lms elearning D2L wiki ) Education Technology as ‘The New Normal’ –… Continue reading What I’m reading 24 May 2017 through 28 May 2017

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

bookmarks for September 8th, 2012

Tooling Up for Digital Humanities – "The Tooling Up workshop series offers an introduction to fundamental concepts, methods, and issues within the field of digital humanities. It is appropriate for undergraduates, graduates, and faculty members, but is aimed primarily at humanities scholars with minimal exposure to digital methodology and a curiosity to learn more about… Continue reading bookmarks for September 8th, 2012

bookmarks for September 20th, 2009 through September 22nd, 2009

Trendsmap – Real-time local Twitter trends – – (twitter mashup visualization socialmedia map tools ) WPtouch: Mobile Plugin + Theme for WordPress ↔ BraveNewCode Inc. – I added the WPTouch plugin to mcmorgan.org/blog. It is superb: well-designed for the small screen, fast, detailed in its execution. It's value-added for visitors to a WP-blog. "WPtouch: WordPress… Continue reading bookmarks for September 20th, 2009 through September 22nd, 2009

bookmarks for May 28th

Capitol Words – A set of filters for working with word frequency of the congressional record. By cloud, by time, by speaker. Get your George Lakoff ready. – (tools newliteracy ) COMPUTERS, CUT-UPS AND COMBINATORY VOLVELLES, by whitney anne trettien – An interesting demo of combinatory prose. – (linguistics cutups newliteracy newmedia )

bookmarks for April 17th through May 26th

A catch-up post while reactivating postalicious. 15 Effective Tools for Visual Knowledge Management – – (infographic visualization software ) Wolfram Alpha – a new kind of Fail – Taking Wolfram and his data processor down a notch. – (newmedia plagiarism google searchengine ) Commuters asked to write Haikus – Remember the Guardian’s txting poetry contest?… Continue reading bookmarks for April 17th through May 26th