Accordion Book with Windows

I’ve been playing around with bookmaking, and yesterday I gave the “Accordion Book with Windows” a whirl. I’m looking for ways to include such projects not only in my own classes, but in interdisciplinary contexts where students are encouraged to view making as a form of thinking. There’s also the digital documentation element, so there […]

Digital Citizenship

With a digital identity comes, I think, some need for digital citizenship–why else do people despise trolls? A few years back, when MLA was in Boston, I heard both Matt Gold and David Shepard talk about how important it is to not only make use of open-source projects, but to contribute to them; just don’t […]

More Than Just Me

So two things happened: the first of which I’ll summarize, and the second of which I’ll write about. I have to leave to pick my daughters up in 15 minutes or so, and I include that simply to remind myself, and anyone who reads, that while my digital identity may appear crafted as posts, they […]

A Domain of My Own

Influenced by the Domain of One’s Own movement, I’ve decided to set up camp at Reclaim Hosting to try and claim and build an online space of my own. What do I want here? I’m not sure, but I do know what the feeling in my stomach tells me: I like what Jim Groom has to say, about […]