Regular readers of this blog will know already that over the years I’ve leveled more than my fair share of criticism at the American Historical Association on a whole variety of issues, some big, some small. And, along the way, … Continue reading →
@FrostDavis @sppitt The campus is beautiful and I'm sure it's in very good shape. I wonder what will happen to it?
Has the news about colleges closing unsettled you? Made you curious? Here's a database of closed colleges: collegehistorygarden.blogspot.com/2014/11/index-… #highered
Change or die? @Sweetbriaredu chooses to die on its own terms: insidehighered.com/news/2015/03/0… #highered
Was fortunate to be part of a convo yesterday on collective impact led by @benhecht of @Living_Cities. So many great insights.
NYC in the snow: pic.twitter.com/ThGHhHAd9J
A good argument for downsizing PhD programs: npr.org/blogs/ed/2015/…
Getting incentives, requirements right to speed degree completion. #highered @CabreraAngel wapo.st/1avCCnM
@CabreraAngel Be sure and show them the PowerPoint version: norvig.com/Gettysburg/
@GoogleForEdu That picture just makes me sad. Those kids at the playground should be PLAYING, not on a device.
Listening to @GeorgeMasonU students present their proposal for a university #makerspace. So much better than our ideas. #dh
@samplereality Isn't that the definition of Twitter?
A new business? Selling historical photos from the LOC on Ebay: ebay.com/itm/Abandoned-… @ShenandoahNPS @tjowens
Soon. Very soon. #offthegrid @ShenandoahNPS pic.twitter.com/a07LYfGfgi
How does your campus address homelessness among your students? Temporary housing? Food? Other assistance? #highered
Print Your Photos or Risk Losing Them to the Digital Dark Age: flip.it/CEifW #DH
@capitalweather @islivingston Maybe we'll get the boom after all...
@capitalweather So much for the snow starting after lunch. Snowing hard here in Manassas.
It may be 2 degrees outside, but let's not forget that pitchers and catchers report on Monday. #Natitude @Nationals