Monthly Archives: November 2015

For being a billion dollar theme park, Disney’s wifi isn’t the best. Unfortunately for me that means the articles aren’t opening. Unfortunately for my fellow students that means my posts and comments will have to wait until I return to post. For digital history class- what I have learned from […]

Remote posting

Readings and Activities: The readings and activities will be different this week, there is a method to why we are reading this way that will become apparent as you read. BEFORE doing the readings take the Pre-Test: “So You Think You Know What Plagiarism Is? Pre-Test Your Knowledge.” Accessed November […]

Good teachers, make good students

I put off posting this week because I could not figure out if I loved maps of places that do not exist, or if I think they are a waste. What I finally realized is, I like them for the artistic value that is typically associated with them, I do […]

Fantasy Maps

This week we focused on the topic of open source history. This topic is near and dear to my heart, my project for this class is based on open source and user generated content. I believe putting history back in to the hands of the “public” will enrich the field, […]

Open Source