pete rorabaugh

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Tag: digital literacy

  • Moonfish Summer

    Moonfish Summer

    I’ve been working with interesting thinkers at Agnes Scott College over the last four years on projects orbiting the idea of digital literacies, open source thinking, design, and virtual communities. This summer, that community got tighter and more focused on a series of education, design, and digital content initiatives. We’re calling it the Moonfish Collective….

  • Domain of One’s Own: Research

    Domain of One’s Own: Research

    (Pictured above: David Morgen at the Atlanta Regional DoOO Incubator, April 2014) How long has it been since you’ve been an email chain that you’d call “exciting”? I had one yesterday. I received a course release to compose and publish an article on the pedagogical and administrative methodologies of faculty using Domain of One’s Own-inspired work…

  • Blog Architecture for Student/Faculty Domains

    Blog Architecture for Student/Faculty Domains

    In preparing for this academic year, I wanted to develop a simple and clear WordPress architecture to demonstrate to students. We are entering the second year of using self-hosted domains in our DWMA classes, and I knew that many students of mine would have multiple classes in which they were asked to use their own…

  • Fans vs. Practitioners

    By the close of last week’s Domain Incubator, I was full of ideas. I will attempt, over the next couple of posts to break these into smaller chunks. For one, there is a lexicon to Domain that hangs just over my head like ripe fruit. Indeed, I DO have a little bit of a tech/nerd past:…

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