This post wraps up another week of tips, tutorials, and commentary on pedagogy, productivity, and technology in higher education.
We certainly hope you found something interesting and/or useful among this week’s posts, which included:
- Nels updated his Sabbatical Diary series with “Starting from a Strong Foundation.”
- Erin cautioned, “Read Ahead to Get Ahead? Not So Fast.
- Natalie updated the From the Archives series with “Things ProfHackers Like.”
- I explained “How to Turn Any Page into a Feed with RSS Scraping.”
- George asked for “Reader Input: How Much Per Month for Scholarly Databases?
- I noted that “Mendeley Achieves Version 1.0.”
- Anastasia discussed her “Experiments in Teaching Educational Design.”
- Billie asked what to do when “The Fit’s Not Right.”
- I showed how to “Use Collusion to Learn about Web Privacy.”
- Heather reported on using “Basecamp for Organizing Student Research.”
- George noted that “Nuance Announces Upgrades to Speech Recognition Software.”
- Billie updated Writers’ Bootcamp with strategies for “Organizing Intrusive Thoughts.”
- George (with help from many others) recapped “Social Media and Book History: #SHARP11 and Twitter.”
- In Open Thread Wednesday, George asked about “Lessons Learned in 2010-2011?,” while Weekend Reading came in an “Evaluating Digital Projects Edition.”
Have a great week out there!
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