Monthly Archives: March 2015

Google Map

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Google Maps

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Post #9: The Statistical Side of Digital History

By Admin-Andrew Introduction Welcome back to a new edition of the Innovating History Blog.  In this week’s entry, we will be examining how databases and statistics affect the digital history field (and how students can use such resources to further … Continue reading

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The Visual Communication of Information.

By Laura C. Slide-ware program: Google Drive. Presentation: 9/11 Link: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1xgWX7MdGrlqNS8BQUn_FB3ZSv-kDAi_ghVVuX2MPdN4/edit?usp=sharing And in case it doesn’t work: Untitled presentation Source: Laura  

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History 390 30 March 2015

By admin What do I think of the Quantified self movement? Well, people that put the details of their lives out there for others to view should not be the ones complaining about the NSA snooping through their underwear drawer. … Continue reading

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Security Practices

By admin After seven or eight weeks in my Digital History class I have come to realize my security practices for many of my most visited websites are very weak. I tend to always click that “remember me” button every … Continue reading

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Quantified Self/ Google Chart

By Laura C. What is it like to be quantified? It seems pretty robotic and a little strange. The “quantified-self” movement can be described as “self-tracking” and for me it just seems a little useless. I know some people like … Continue reading

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Google Map of Guston Hall

By admin On March 28, 2015, I visited Gunston Hall, the home of George Mason author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights. During my visit I learned some interesting facts about the layout of George Mason’s plantation. For example, on … Continue reading

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Embedding a Map

By Melissa Since we are currently learning about embedding a map, I thought I would go ahead and use this time to start work on my final project. I know that everyone has been waiting with bated breath to see … Continue reading

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