Monthly Archives: March 2010
I’m in the early stages of a massive research project about Katherine Dunham, an african american dancer and anthropologist, and the aim is eventually to create a rich-media resource about her work. In an ideal world, I’ll be able to … Continue reading
My proposal for THATCamp centered on the role of libraries and librarians in supporting Humanities research and teaching via Virtual Worlds. Actually, I’m interested in Virtual Worlds in the broadest sense. I’d also be interested in discussing digital mapping/GIS and … Continue reading
I’d like to talk about a project called Synaptic Crowd that enables online participants to conduct remote interviews by nominating and voting on questions. The project can also be deployed in the reverse — so that the collectivity nominates and … Continue reading
I am interested in talking a number of topics. One subject that would be valuable and timely for me would be to talk about open-access publishing, as I am involved in both a publishing platform at Occidental, <a href=”scholar.oxy.edu”>OxyScholar</a>, and … Continue reading
My focus is more on pedagogy and learning design than on computing as a “pure” research tool. So my key interests are as follows. ‘Extended’ notions of literacy (beyond prose writing): so multimedia literacy/production, ‘numeracy,’ programming even. Online course design, … Continue reading
Using mashups of GIS along with other forms of scholarly production to examine historical change in the Southwest.