Monthly Archives: January 2018

Polls, Mind-Mapping, and Variant Analysis…Oh My!

In Using Digital Humanities in the Classroom, Battershill and Ross emphasize the importance of continually connecting online activities to course objectives, not only to increase student “buy-in,” but also to ensure students’ overall accomplishments regardless of any possible technological failure. … Continue reading

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“Slow is Smooth, Smooth is Fast…”

Having moved over twenty times, books have been the one constant in my life: they offer the ability to travel to far corners of the world, to develop empathy, to escape from daily life, and most importantly, the opportunity to … Continue reading

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