Monthly Archives: March 2009
Mark Twain, in defense of the role of the humorist, from a letter to the President of Yale University in 1888, which institution was about to grant him an honorary master of arts degree (in 1901, they gave him an … Continue reading
Just met with a student who has never tried writing marginalia. We had a good 20-minute conversation about what writing marginalia as you read (I forgot about the use of it in re-reading…drat) does for you. We looked at the … Continue reading
I’d like to start collecting these. Here’s one from Brian Croxall at Emory U: Wiki Class Notes.
I spoke with Bing Pan and Jim Duran about this at the CofC Spring FTI, and I said i would send a link to Jim through a one-off email, but then I thought “I have a blog; I’ll just post … Continue reading
For my FTI buddies, I thought I would collect a few links on teaching with blogs and post them here. The list could probably be better organized and there are probably better collections of links and information already out there, … Continue reading