We certainly hope you found something useful from our posts this week, which included:
- George started the week by describing his Ideal Classroom, Part 1: Information Technology and soliciting user responses.
- I was pleased to annouce Digital Humanities Questions & Answers (@DHAnswers).
- Mark refreshed A Rubric for Evaluating Student Blogs, which many of us have adopted (and adapted) for our own courses.
- In standing posts, Heather reminded us about the benefits of granola, while George opened a thread to discuss Personal Versus Professional Web Sites.
- Billie rounded up Writers’ Boot Camp tips.
- Mark wrote An Open Letter to Part-Time Graduate Students, full of tips from others.
- Kathleen provided Five Nifty Tricks in Google Chrome and Amy Revisit[ed] Using Google Documents in the Writing Classroom.
- Natalie discussed The Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps, Jason provided comparisons between Umpiring and Teaching.
- George reported from the Digital Humanities Start-up Grant Project Directors Meeting.
- Ethan discussed Hacking Multiple Campus Offices while Erin suggested Hacking Your Personal Life.
- Jason sent us off for the weekend with Weekend Reading: Defending Public Education Edition.
Have a great week!