Student video projects

I was so impressed with my students' final projects in Visual and Cultural Studies! Overall, they made a very strong showing in their five-minute critical analysis videos. The assignment was fairly open in terms of content, as we were spending several evenings conducting hands-on work in the multimedia lab, but in general, I'd asked them …

Oxford conversion of ECCO

Oxford conversion of ECCO texts, freely available as ePUBs! Joy! There's no real finding guide, and you won't get the facsimile pages, but it's a happy day for those of us without institutional access to Eighteenth-Century Collections Online. Use CTRL-F to find authors, titles; download the Firefox ePUB addon for easy viewing.

ProfHacker: Teaching Carnival 5.01

Teaching Carnival 5.01 By Prof. Hacker SEPTEMBER 1, 2011 ORIGINAL POST [September’s Teaching Carnival--and the beginning of year five of the TC--is from Tonya Howe, Assistant Professor of English at Marymount University. Tonya blogs at Cerosia and can be reached at thowe [at] Marymount [dot] edu or @howet on Twitter. ProfHacker has become the permanent home of the Teaching Carnival, …

On Writing, Making and Mining: Digital History Class Projects : Trevor Owens

On Writing, Making and Mining: Digital History Class Projects Posted by tjowens on Thursday, June 2, 2011 · Comments (0) This is the forth post in a multi-post series reflecting on the digital history course I taught last semester at American University. For more on this you can read initial post about the course, the …