Digital Ethics

  DIGITAL ETHICS By Ashley Bruce Secondary Author: Chris Bishop Digital adj. (of signals or data) expressed as a series of the digits 0 and 1, typically represented by values of a physical quantity such as voltage or magnetic polarization. Related to, using, or storing data or information in the form of digital signals. (“digital […]

Class Thirteen: Reviews, Building The Site, and your Bio

April 18 Today’s class: Finish peer reviews (see last class post to see which words you are responsible for and links to forms and lists) Incorporate the comments from your peer reviews to make your definition excellent. Make sure the revised definition is in the shared document Register as an author for domain access to our […]

Class Twelve: Critique, Complement & Augment

TODAY’S AGENDA April 11 Write — finish authorship on primary word, and support as secondary author. Once you both feel good about your word post it to this shared document, under your word (in orange). Collaborate on thoughts for common design as notes for Nell and Pete as we create the “thing” that will be […]

Class Eleven: Ending with a start: Designing a Collaborative Project

  March 28: What have we done? [create a list — nouns/verbs] Look at sites: short guide to digital humanities/living handbook of narratology/ Define final project: “connected learning key words” Discuss format Define Partners (primary/secondary) Review process (peer review and submit to Pete and Nell) Select words Timeline

Class Five: Revision, Curation & Design

Today in class we’ll be focusing on REVISION, CURATION, and DESIGN with a collaborative activity designed to turn our Women’s March project into an organized resource (network? framework? artifact? invitation?). Ideas, organization, design, mechanics Our Women’s March Collaborative Revision document Example: the living handbook of narratology Where this will live . . . (a discussion […]