I am in the most preliminary stage of sketching out a small project (yes, I am that tentative about this) involving the political rhetoric of the Presidential campaign that just ended this past week. My first step was to create word clouds based on the full texts of each of the two major party candidates’ [...]Read More →
This past winter the New York Times offered a story about the spread of online learning in Florida state High Schools that I have been intending to address for some time. If you are interested in distance learning, or are a concerned parent with a child in the state’s school system (I happen [...]Read More →
THATCamp Florida is now accepting applications for participation in the first THATCamp in the Southeast. We will accept proposals until 5 February, and begin notifying applicants of their acceptance on a rolling basis beginning on 15 January. You can find more in formation about THATCamp here. Please fill out the form below.
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In an effort to embrace the online teaching that I am doing, and will likely be doing much more of in the future, I have adopted a pedagogy that is techno-centric this semester. I have my students blogging, working on a wiki page, and editing a google map with content overlays. The end result will [...]Read More →
This is a post designed to demonstrate who narrow is the world in which I live, mentally. I was playing with a map this evening (I know, geek badge) and decided to trace the latitude of my town around the globe to see what it intersected. I was more than a little surprised by the [...]Read More →
Aftrer a weekend at an “unconference” on the Humanaties and Technology I am still not sure exactly what a Digital Humanist is, though it is a term that I heard dropped many times in the last two days. I will say, however, that I was very impressed with the energy, the ideas and and the [...]Read More →