New Scholarly Spaces: Wikis, Blogs, Microblogs, etc.
- William Turkel, “Going Digital“
- Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, “What is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in English Departments?” (PDF)
Blog (leaders write about 1-2 each, class reads the blog, responds in comments and class, overlap between leaders is fine)
- Cohen, “Professors Start Your Blogs,” DanCohen.org (21 Aug 2006)
- Deevybee, “A Gentle Introduction to Twitter for the Apprehensive Academic,” BishopBlog (14 Jun 2011)
- Kaufman, “An Enthusiast’s View of Academic Blogs,” Inside Higher Ed (1 Nov 2007)
- Kotsko, “A Skeptic’s Take on Academic Blogs,” Inside Higher Ed (1 Nov 2007)
- Roy Rosenzweig, “Can History be Open Source? Wikipedia and the Future of the Past“
- Fischer, “Historical Diaries on Twitter,” Public Historian (23 March 2011).
- History of the Internet
- Twitter in Plain English
- Twitter Search in Plain English
- Blogs in Plain English
- RSS in Plain English
- How is the web like a city?
Practice (in class)