UWGB Domains Check-up
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UWGB Domains by Kate Farley

Visual + Text Draft Remediation
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draft remediation by Kate Farley

Student Digital Identity
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Hands-on Technology Day, 2017 by Kate Farley

Friction
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ePortfolio Samples
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Generally, ePortfolios are used to: Communicate to an audience Display more rich media, alongside documents than physical portfolios Provide reflection and context for an audience who might not be invested in programmatic/course outcomes   Portfolio samples and readings that have … Read More

Checking In
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UWGB Domains | Fall 2015 Disc Usage: 7% Server Load: 0.61% Dr. Rebecca Nesvet’s class From Kate, to Amber Beardsley: “Since you have about two semesters worth of experience with this, and have set up a subdomain or two I’d like … Read More

Getting Started: Prezi
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Step 1: Go here: https://prezi.com Step 2: Log in if you have an account, or create a new one:                       Step 3: If you’re signing up for a new account, … Read More

Voyant Tutorial
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This tutorial was one that I had hoped to use with an Intro to Digital Humanities unit for a Literary Topics class, but what happens when 35 students try to reveal the entire Jane Austen text corpus? Voyant crashes. This … Read More

Your Domain
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To blog, wiki, tweet, er no.
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Is the writer confident in their abilities? Will your students feel safe putting it all out there? What is the intended audience? Should the public be able to comment? FERPA Terms of Service, Didn’t Read Alternate assignments?      

Fall 2015 Courses: DoOO Candidates
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  Department Course Instructor Idea # Students Psychology Psych 495-Teaching Assistantship Ryan Martin Portfolio project individual domain per student 5 History History 402: America in the 20th Centruy Eric Morgan Group projects with one domain. Each group will have a … Read More

Adding Badges to Backpacks
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Hi [Student-Name]! If you’re getting this email, it’s because you’re being issued a badge to put in your Mozilla Backpack. This is something the UWGB English Department has started because they want to give you a way to talk about … Read More

UWGB | Domain of One’s Own
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Here’s why DoOO Matters: Reclaim your Digital Identity UWGB’S Pilot project for DoOO is facilitated by Jim Groom’s and Tim Owens’ Reclaim Hosting, and is another example of how the University of Mary Washington and Emory University are innovative giants in the digital … Read More

50th Anniversary Project-2014
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History 302: Wilderness and Man, the Class Re-Creation, and Context for Future Humanistic Endeavors This is an on going project–one that our project team started as a way to show the (pro/re)gression of the university, and for me, it was … Read More

The UWGB Commons, 2013
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While taking an Independent Study in 2012 it became very apparent that our campus had no way of dealing with students who were interested in digital scholarship (that is, if you weren’t already enrolled as a Computer Science major). That … Read More

The Packers Project, 2015
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Packersproject.org Wisconsin Public Radio Interview

Final Reflection Assignment: Anti-foundationalim and the Experimental Novel
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Final Reflection Assignment For each of the books we’ve read this semester, I was painfully aware of how I had previously had superficial understanding of language theory, and this course made me want to know more about how language evolves. … Read More

Choose your Empathy Shoes
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Choose your empathy shoes:   Chapter 5: Hypothesis 1: Kathy ran away with a secret lover in an attempt at a passive, non-confrontational escape. Chapter 9: Hypothesis 2: Kathy panicked when she saw John boiling the houseplants and ran away. … Read More

Hostile Environments within In the Lake of the Woods
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  Hostile Environments as a Reflection of Nature and Nurture    Within the first four pages of In the Lake of the Woods, there is a distinctive sense of “wilderness.” On the first page of the text, in the first … Read More

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