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By Katina Rogers on Mar 5th, 2015
Faculty working conditions are student learning conditions. This is perhaps the most important refrain of the adjunct activism movement, and the one...
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Congratulations to the winners of the ​VL Innovators Challenge​, who will split ​$500,000 ​in grant funding!Designing Culturally ­Competent Health IT...
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By Roger Whitson on Mar 4th, 2015
Many scholars in the digital humanities make things as part of their critical and theoretical activity and — in so doing — refuse the knowing/doing...
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By AJ Burgin on Mar 4th, 2015
It can be difficult to get students to close read texts, but sometimes more difficult to *teach* students to close read texts. For many of us, the...
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By Ann Shivers-McNair on Mar 4th, 2015
Peer Review: Pedagogical CommitmentsPeer review is a fixture in many classrooms, particularly when writing is involved. While there is still...
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By Emma Kohanyi on Mar 3rd, 2015
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So how do you make the user believe they are in control? There are many ways. Include rules into systems, such as the 3 laws of robotics: "A robot...
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By Tesla Schaeffer on Mar 3rd, 2015
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This year, the computer systems at UW were integrated with Panopto, which is a video sharing platform that enables both students and instructors to...
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By Cathy Davidson on Mar 3rd, 2015
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It’s a fascinating experience and deep for an author to go back and re-read what she wrote five years ago.   I never do this. I had no...
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By Ragna Rök Jóns on Mar 1st, 2015
With the rise of rampant anti-black violence, policing and systemic racial injustice in the United States, #BlackLivesMatter began to trend on...
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By David Krausman on Feb 28th, 2015
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Though new to my campus, the poetry-dispensing gumball machine is something that has popped up in universities, hospitals and other locations....
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By Jesse Menn on Feb 24th, 2015
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Previously, I wrote about problems doing co-ingredient network analyses on recipes when the ingredients begin getting too clustered. On a tip from...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 24th, 2015
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My critique of higher education rests partly on our hypocrisy. We are great at "critical thinking" and analyzing the inequalities in "society" yet...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 23rd, 2015
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In his classic study Bowling Alone (2000), Robert Putnam argues that we have lost our connection to friends, family, neighbors, and our democratic...
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By Neal Swisher on Feb 22nd, 2015
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Sunshine Machines are Hard to Critique Recently re-reading Donna Haraway classic article, The Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and...
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By David Krausman on Feb 21st, 2015
This coming April, in honor of National Poetry Month Chapman University will host a gumball machine that dispenses poems by CU students. A background...
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By Timothy Foster on Feb 20th, 2015
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It's no secret that for those of us interested in all things technological that in the academy is not always the most receptive place. When we think...
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By Jason Buel on Feb 20th, 2015
Hi all, I'm thinking about putting together a HASTAC forum thread on "Digital Dissent" that would look at the different ways that people use...