Academic Technology Links for April 19, 2013

Approved Links

The links this week include “spammy” academic conferences and journals, team-teaching digital humanities, a conference on crowdsourcing in the arts and humanities, and MOOC news from San Jose State University. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for April 12, 2013

Approved Links

There’s a lot of news in the world of academic technology this week, so I’ve organized the links into a few categories. The links include MOOCs (of course), discussions over computerized essay grading, and miscellany about big-brother digital textbook tools and MLA’s guidelines for IT access and support. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for April 5, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include “viral” flipped classrooms in Wisconsin, a new guide for audiovisual source citations, claims of Coursera’s elitism, a new MOOC platform, and 20 data visualization tools. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for March 29, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include working robots, mobile video assignments, mindfulness, and digitized 16th-century parish records. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for March 22, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include an experimental new format for blog commenting, the lack of privacy with email, tools for digital scholarship, and digital maps. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for March 15, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include the California bill that would allow students to take online courses for credit, more on MOOCs, the School of Open, and free group video calling from Skype for teachers. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for March 8, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include a critique of the TED talk format, primary source analysis guides online, a list of free online courses, and the new Google Art Project Art Talks. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for March 1, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include some posts from Open Culture, a new way to put your courses online, some MOOC links (as usual!), and a post about students disliking e-textbooks. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for February 22, 2013

Approved Links

This week, the links include open-source learning materials, team-based learning, and mishaps involving an email mistaken for phishing. Enjoy!

Academic Technology Links for February 15, 2013

Approved Links

The links for this week feature an interview with Gene Roche, the singularity, password (in)security, another story of DMCA abuse, and, as always, some MOOC news. Enjoy!