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Annotated Bibliography on Digital Reading | University of California - Berkeley
"annotated bibliography of articles, studies, surveys, and blog posts centered in various ways on the question of how people engage with digital texts " Some are solid, some are potboiler complaints. Range is from pop press to academic work
DH  reading  digital_literacy  attention_economy 
9 weeks ago by mcmorgan
Will the last person to leave social media please
Another set of reasons to establish one's own blog, wiki, and domain: social sites serve policies for dollars and fold when the dosh runs short. Emerson, Self Reliance.
DH  weblogs  socialmedia  en3177 
january 2017 by mcmorgan
Why Online Programs Fail, and 5 Things We Can Do About It - Hybrid Pedagogy
> The failure of online education programs is not logistical, nor political, nor economic: it’s cultural, rooted in our perspectives and biases about how learning happens and how the internet works (these things too often seen in opposition).
DH  DE 
july 2016 by mcmorgan
The Situationist International Text Library/The Society of the Spectacle
In societies where modern conditions of production prevail, all of life presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles. Everything that was directly lived has moved away into a representation.
dh  semiotics  culturalstudies  mediation  print 
march 2016 by mcmorgan
How Will Keeping A Notebook Help You Hack Your Life - WebSeitz/wiki
Bill Seitz on using a wiki as a notebook. It's more than a hack. It's a way of life.
en3177  notebooks  notetaking  DH 
march 2016 by mcmorgan
Authoring, Audience, Authority: Lessons from Student Contributions to the DRC Wiki
Interesting to see that urbane students have the same issues with wikis and DH concepts as the more parochial students I work with. But why o why ask students to follow wikipedia guidelines of NPOV? Why recreate wikipedia? Write wiki entries from local interests for local interests.
dh  wikis  collaborativewriting  digital_pedagogy 
march 2016 by mcmorgan
Digital Humanities and the Erosion of Inquiry - Hybrid Pedagogy
Just say no and get on with the work. "Both Jesse and I have watched teachers and students be silenced, cowed into conformity, broken by the need to please their peer reviewers, their instructors, their administrations. Hybrid Pedagogy is an effort — however small, however emergent — to provide a space where academic voices can be heard in important, authentic ways."
dh  academia  digitalscholarship  manifesto 
february 2016 by mcmorgan
Representation or Presentation?
A primer by Jill Waker Rettberg. Essential reading for students looking at selfies or blog posts as identity. Representation involves reading the mediation, and social media is always meditated.
semiotics  dh  en3177 
january 2016 by mcmorgan
Himmer, The Labyrinth Unbound: Weblogs as Literature
"These features, I argue, characterize the weblog as a distinctive literary and creative mode, something richer and more nuanced than viewing it as simply the outcome of a specific toolset or formal structure allows for. The form’s literariness, then, is not a quality achieved by some weblogs and lacking in others." A stepping off point for Fitzpatrick, Pleasure of the Blog
dh  #en3177  en3177  identity 
january 2016 by mcmorgan
I am a blogging researcher: Motivations for blogging in a scholarly context | Kjellberg | First Monday
The number of scholarly blogs on the Web is increasing. In this article, a group of researchers are asked to describe the functions that their blogs serve for them as researchers. The results show that their blogging is motivated by the possibility to share knowledge, that the blog aids creativity, and that it provides a feeling of being connected in their work as researchers. In particular, the blog serves as a creative catalyst in the work of the researchers, where writing forms a large part, which is not as prominent as a motivation in other professional blogs. In addition, the analysis brings out the blog’s combination of functions and the possibility it offers to reach multiple audiences as a motivating factor that makes the blog different from other kinds of communication in scholarly contexts.
DH  #en3177  blogging  research2.0  ethnography 
january 2016 by mcmorgan
Simulating The World (In Emoji)
A primer for DH students in understanding procedures and getting a sense of what's possible. By making. In open source. It's playtime.
dh  oer  procedural_rhetoric  digital_literature 
january 2016 by mcmorgan
Transmission Model of Communication
David Chandler critiques Shannon and Weaver's model as it has been used in common culture. Not merely mostly harmless. "In short, the transmissive model is of little direct value to social science research into human communication, and its endurance in popular discussion is a real liability. Its reductive influence has implications not only for the commonsense understanding of communication in general, but also for specific forms of communication such as speaking and listening, writing and reading, watching television and so on. In education, it represents a similarly transmissive model of teaching and learning. And in perception in general, it reflects the naive 'realist' notion that meanings exist in the world awaiting only decoding by the passive spectator. In all these contexts, such a model underestimates the creativity of the act of interpretation."
communication  Dh  erhetoric 
december 2015 by mcmorgan
Fitzpatrick - The Pleasure of the Blog: The Early Novel, the Serial, and the Narrative Archive
Argues that the blog might be well thought of as the early novel, both in form and in how it works subject positions. It's been under-theorized at any rate. This position complicates notions of authenticity and mediate relation of blog posts to blogger. "All blogs, for Himmer, are in some sense literary, because of the nature of their readers’ interactions with them. ... Such a claim begins to suggest that the reasons we read blogs may be slightly different than we have often imagined; through this understanding, blogs offer not simply a voyeuristic peek into someone else’s life — though, obviously, that numbers among their pleasures, too — but they also offer a form of writing that engages the reader by requiring her not simply to consume the content presented but also, in some sense, to produce that content, to complete what is present through a knowledge of what is past, an exploration of the ways that that present is situated, and a commitment to return in the future."
blogging  narrative  identity  genre  reading  #en3177  DH 
december 2015 by mcmorgan
The Data Drive
Zuck has stolen your data. Now what? Paste ups, popups, learning to read the new literature. Or is this more like a graphic story?
digital_rhetoric  DH 
october 2015 by mcmorgan
ELO 2015: The End(s) of Electronic Literature August 5.
Just in case you missed it: streams from the ELO Festival, Bergen, Aug 2015
DH  ELO 
august 2015 by mcmorgan
The Web We Need to Give Students — Bright — Medium
Audrey weighs in on The domain of ones own initiative. "And then — contrary to what happens at most schools, where a student’s work exists only inside a learning management system and cannot be accessed once the semester is over — the domain and all its content are the student’s to take with them. It is, after all, their education, their intellectual development, their work.
dh  d2l  privacy 
july 2015 by mcmorgan
BEST PRACTICES IN CURATED PUBLICATION: A GUIDE
Joan Fragaszy Troyano, Ph.D Stephanie Westcott, Ph.D. White paper on establishing a scholarly filter blog. Consider it a syllabus for a collaborative grad project. Or a project for Weblogs and Wikis. Thank you to Troyano and Westcott, DHNow, and the Sloan Foundation.
dh  blogging  curating  filter  socialmedia  weblogs 
june 2015 by mcmorgan
Richard Bartle on MUDs and British Snobbery - YouTube - Matt Chat 296
How ideology - and not necessarily the dominant one - gets laced into design. Dr. Matt Barton, SCSU, interviews Dr. Richard Bartle, co-creator of MUD. The MUD as a place that cancels out accent: On the internet, no one knows you're a northerner, so you're free to become a wizard.
DH  design  opensource  semiotics 
june 2015 by mcmorgan
Almost There ... Virtually Connecting | Enhancing the virtual event experience
Maha Bali and Rebecca Hogue and a host of others are experimenting with google Hangouts at conferences as a way of connecting the stay-at-homes with the conference attendees. Unscripted, w/o a net.
DH  a&e  Hangouts  DE 
june 2015 by mcmorgan
Wikifying Annotations
Mike imagines a world where notes and annotations are wikified and hence shareable in Pinboard. How about a link in the Pinboard note to a FedWiki page? Does that work? (http://sfw.mcmorgan.org) Gimme my memex! If we can't have flying cars, least we can have intertwingled tools.
dh  workflow  notetaking  notes  annotation 
june 2015 by mcmorgan
What's Your Algorithmic Citizenship? | Citizen Ex
A Chrome extension that records (locally) the physical location of the servers that hold the sites you visit. We have defined identity by place and origin. What happens when we become visitors? A DH project by James Bridle, co-commissioned by The space and the Southbank Centre. I'm in.
DH  identity  geolocation  geopsycology 
june 2015 by mcmorgan
RiTa Gallery
A set of generative prose and imagetexts written using RiTa, an open source procedural language generator. Two reasons to include here: to show how even good poetry can be hijacked in to formula (Exra bot), to suggest that YoU ToO can lEarn to pROGram, and because the collection includes a generative piss-take of Harry Potter at http://robclouth.com/harrypotter/
DH  procedural_rhetoric  generative_prose  generative_poetry  RITA  Processing 
may 2015 by mcmorgan
Printing a wall-sized world map
Because you never know when it will come in handy.
dh 
may 2015 by mcmorgan
Stereotropes - tropes
The penchant for cleverness limits its value, but it's a start.
rhetoric  dh 
april 2015 by mcmorgan
The Remix Hypothesis
We won't see the real digital change until we embrace the affordance of remix.
remix  DH  sfw 
april 2015 by mcmorgan
From the Digital to the Bookbound - J. R. Carpenter review of Emerson Reading Writing Interfaces
"Lori Emerson sets out to demystify the wondrous devices of our digital age by interrogating both the limits and the creative possibilities of a wide range of reading and writing interfaces. For Emerson, interface is an open-ended term – a threshold, a point of interaction between human and hardware, between hardware and software, between reader and writer, and between human-authored writing and the vast corpus of machine-based text relentlessly reading and writing itself behind the surface of the screen." With mentions of digi lit iPad apps that prompt readingwriting
dh  digitallierature 
march 2015 by mcmorgan
RISD Experimental Publishing Studio
Yes, a syllabus as a manifesto. As they should be.
publishing  DH  printculture 
february 2015 by mcmorgan
Where does radio stand in a connected world?
Still there. Still minimal. Still going. Still one way.
dh 
february 2015 by mcmorgan
Reading list for graduate seminar in digital humanities (Fall 2014) | William G. Thomas III
From William Thomas: A seminar reading list under the influence of of DH2014.
syllabus  course  DH 
december 2014 by mcmorgan
Odyssey.js · Documentation
Odyssey.js is an open-source tool that allows you to combine maps, narratives, and other multimedia into a beautiful story.
maps  curating  curation  DH 
december 2014 by mcmorgan
List of Physical Visualizations
Prime example of curation - open for additions and set up for remixing. Needs an astrolabe.

"This page is a chronological list of physical visualizations and related artifacts, curated by Pierre Dragicevic and Yvonne Jansen. Thanks to Fanny Chevalier and our other contributors. If you know of another interesting physical visualization, please submit one! Or post a general comment.
DH  curation  visualization  data_visualization 
december 2014 by mcmorgan
media archeology - a conversation - CTheory.net
The important stuff is always in the footnotes.

"Media archaeology is an approach to media studies that has emerged over the last two decades. It borrows from Michel Foucault, Walter Benjamin, and Friedrich Kittler, but also diverges from all of these theorists to form a unique set of tools and practices."
DH  newmedia  theory  media 
december 2014 by mcmorgan
Reading Effectively – Words in Space
advice and strategies for reading theory, and a framework for designing PLEs.
dh  litcrit  pedagogy  notetaking  ple 
december 2014 by mcmorgan
Illogic of Sense: The Gregory L. Ulmer Remix
"Illogic of Sense: The Gregory L. Ulmer Remix" is an exciting new ebook publication that employs theorist Gregory Ulmer's invocation to invent new forms of electronic writing. As the ebook's editors,
DH  electracity  ebooks  ebook  digitalculture 
october 2014 by mcmorgan
Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates: An Overview - Hybrid Pedagogy
We're digital humanists by default seems a stretch but, hey, open the clubhouse wide.
dh  a&e 
october 2014 by mcmorgan
Folium, 3D printed book | Tom Burtonwood
Download a 3d printer file and print your own copy. CC
dh  book  printing  3dprinting 
september 2014 by mcmorgan
Beyond the LMS
Yet another reason - or set of reasons - not to use d2l. "After all, at the end of each class, students would lose access to the materials — could lose, I suppose. there are some administrative controls to extend it. Anything they’d written in the forums, for example, any interactions they’d had through the messaging system: gone. And when I left the university, I lost access to all the materials that I’d posted there. My syllabi, my handouts, the rosters of my students. Gone."
dh  pedagogy  d2l  lms  ple 
september 2014 by mcmorgan
What’s Next for Text? RICHARD A. LANHAM
A 2001 version of chap 3 of Economies of Attention. Illustrated. "ABSTRACT This article describes and illustrates the fundamental changes which alphabetic text undergoes when it moves from the printed page to the digital screen."
dh  essay  textual_circulation 
august 2014 by mcmorgan
Bogost - The Rhetoric of Video Games
Central reading for an erhet project of procedural rhetoric
dh  procedural_rhetoric  e-rhet  rhetoric 
august 2014 by mcmorgan
Compassionate Tools — The Brooks Review
Add another take to artisan software tools. "Again Photoshop is about its features, and Acorn is perfectly humanistic in what it will do with you."
artisan  dh  software 
august 2014 by mcmorgan
Modeling How Modernists Wrote the City
Mapping fictions across fictional cities.
dh 
august 2014 by mcmorgan
Beyond institutions - personal learning in a networked world
In this presentation I look at the needs and demands of people seeking learning with the models and designs offered by traditional institutions, and in the spirit of reclaiming learning describe a new ...
DH  PLE  pedagogy  DE 
july 2014 by mcmorgan
Blast
Yes, BLAST, 1914, in facsimile. Smile, Ezra.
dh  modernism  pound  Manifesto 
july 2014 by mcmorgan
The Jew's Daughter
Fiction from 2000. Read in concert with Composition #1
dh  literature 
july 2014 by mcmorgan
Mark Bernstein: NeoVictorian Computing
a defense of artisan programming and computing. set of blog posts.
dh  software  programming  steampunk  ple 
june 2014 by mcmorgan
The Phenomenology of Participation: Derrida and the Future of Pedagogy
example of how interfaces shape learning. " Google docs, for example, can be thought of as merely a technological innovation that enables collaborative notetaking. But the programming structure of Google docs closely resembles Clay Shirky’s articulation in Here Comes Everybody of how collective action invokes subjectivity by tying one person’s identity to the identity of the group and making a decision of a group binding on all individual members (51). A collaboratively constructed Google document creates a site of authoring — and self-authoring — that materially represents the multiplicity of subjectivity. Unlike “group work” (where students simply divide the workload of a project into discrete, individual tasks), the collaborative production of participatory pedagogy derives from a shared responsibility, vision, decision-making, and creation that cannot be divided."
pedagogy  interface  DH  networkTheory 
may 2014 by mcmorgan
The limits of the digital humanities, by Adam Kirsch | New Republic
The New Republic trots out the old standards. Gotta love it when the old is the measure of the new. We've been here before.
dh  pedagogy 
may 2014 by mcmorgan
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