On the Road: Adventures in Public Digital Humanities (Kim Martin on the DH Maker bus at the University of Lethbridge)Posted: September 26, 2014
In 2013, Kim and two friends, Ryan Hunt and Beth Compton, purchased a 1991 school bus, which they have since converted into Ontario’s first mobile makerspace: the DH MakerBus (Makerbus.ca).
What started as a passion project quickly became an area of academic interest, and Kim now works to showcase the public benefits of humanities education in London and beyond. She is a co-lead on the Humanities Matters Bus Tour and is currently implementing a local chapter of 4Humanities in London, Ontario.
This paper discusses her experiences in establishing this project.
Speaker: Kim Martin, Library and Information Science, Western University
Date: Monday, September 29, 2014
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Read the rest of this entry »
In many of my classes, I ask students to blog within Moodle. Blogs within Moodle are visible to the whole community. It is also possible, using an RSS feed, to broadcast your blog outside Moodle.
There are two parts to using blogs in Moodle: composing blogs and reading the entries of others.