Monthly Archives: May 2014

Session Ideas

Hopefully it’s ok that I’m going to throw out a few different ideas: 1. Similar to the “Play: Free Digital Tools for Research” that Laura Bowles proposed, I’d be interested to talk about the best assignments or tools people use in their teaching. I can imagine this fitting in any/all of the talk, make, teach, […]

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Parking – lots of choices but maybe Parking Structure #5 is best?

Hi guys, Probably the best spot is Parking Structure #5 (next to Kennedy’s Bookstore) – enter from either Limestone (near the pedway) or from Upper (after Bolivar Street intersection).  That has guest parking, and it’s a pretty easy walk across the pedway up to main campus and then straight on to Little Library. Looking forward […]

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Play: Free Digital Tools for Research

Let’s look at the most useful free digital tools for research, collaboration and presentation. My current favorites are: Mendeley Citation Manager Evernote Web Clipper Google Drive (This is so much more than a word processor!) Diigo Social Bookmarking What are your favorite tools? Bring them! Let’s have show and tell. What tools do you use […]

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