We certainly hope you found something interesting and/or useful among this week’s posts, which included:
- Guest Tonya Howe curated a splendid edition of the Teaching Carnival (5.05).
- Brian reported from the MLA conference with “Four Tips for a Non-Teaching Academic Job Search.”
- Guest author Doug Ward returned to share “What I’ve Learned from Teaching with iPads.”
- Anastasia offered support for a particularly modern example of “New Year’s Resolutions: Learning to Program.”
- I showed how to “Protect Your Mac and iOS Devices on Public Wifi with Cloak.”
- In Open Thread Wednesday, George asked who is “Trying Something New This Semester?”.
- Guest author Bethany Nowviskie returned with a “modest proposal” for reforming graduate humanities instruction, “It Starts on Day One.”
- Heather asked for help in “Dealing with Beginning-of-the-Semester Absences.”
- Natalie reframed that notorious question, “How Was Your Winter Break?”.
- My Weekend Reading post came in a “Start of Term” edition.
Have a great week!