The formal presentation of the Digital History projects will be part of the History Department’s end-of-the-semester symposium.  All four groups will present on Friday, April 25, at 3 PM in Monroe Hall 202. Please encourage friends, faculty, staff to come to this.  We don’t just want to present these projects to the class, but to […]

Projects nearly done

April 16, 2008 | 1 Comment

Just for those of you following along outside of the class itself, check out the start pages of each of the four groups.  They’re all getting close to being finished (the final due date is next Tuesday). 1) Historical Marker Project — [Creators: Elle W., Whitney H., Jennifer F., Shannon H., Amy B.] 2) James […]

Contracts — Reviewing What We Discussed in Class on Thursday

February 8, 2008 | Comments Off on Contracts — Reviewing What We Discussed in Class on Thursday

1. Details of contract — As we talked about, the guidelines in the syllabus require a Mission statement, a list of the tools you’re planning on using (with a brief explanation of how they will be used), and a schedule of milestones (at a minimum when critical pieces of the project are complete (or near […]

Getting Noticed

February 4, 2008 | Comments Off on Getting Noticed

So, people working on the CircaVie timeline project noticed Matt’s post about his difficulty getting it to work in his blog and asked if they could help. If you didn’t have a sense of the larger community you’ve entered into, you should now.

Search and you will find….something cool.

January 27, 2008 | Comments Off on Search and you will find….something cool.

Mary has a couple of good posts with links to news and links of interest.  Be sure to check them out. I want specifically to highlight the page she found about other uses for RSS.  It is definitely in the spirit of play of the original blog assignment for this weekend.