I’ve noticed that, even on the web, people stay in their circles. Despite “literature searches” we tend to follow the same sources, the same groups around. Will push technologies change that? Will academic push information break through those circles? Something to think about for The Paper.
Archive for October, 2004
Coming in November. Looks to be quite useful. Have sent in request to library to order it. A Companion to Digital Humanities – Book Information
A new journal that features research and practice in IT in education. Looks like it’s a blog, too. Innovate – October/November 2004
Liz Lawley’s scripts: Again, the page on her site that details how to get this up and running is here: http://mamamusings.net/archives/2004/01/06/mt_courseware_stepbystep.php
Moved to this new UVM blogspace. Duplicated some of the old entries from other blogspace at: http://hopegreenberg.blogspot.com/ http://humanitiescomputing.blogspot.com/ didn’t bother with some other older experimental blogs, except to grab the first curmudgeonly message from a real old one…