Tag Archives: Wikis

Historical Code Monkeys

For years historians engaged in digital work have used the “I can’t really write much code” excuse as a way to avoid everything from learning simple tools like CSS to more complex ones like MySQL and PHP. Alas for me … Continue reading

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No. That’s Not Your Name!

As someone whose research and teaching center on modern Eastern Europe, the most recent news from across the Atlantic is just more fodder for a great lecture. For the umpteenth time, the Greek government has vetoed Macedonia’s entry into a … Continue reading

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Wiki Etiquette for Students

The folks at PBWiki.com have created an Educators’ Wiki that includes a number of useful resources for those who are using wikis in their classes. I’ve used the PBWiki platform in my classes before with good success, but it is … Continue reading

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The Center for History and New Media at George Mason University will be holding THATCamp (The Humanities and Technology Camp), May 31 and June 1, 2008. Sponsored by CHNM and the podcasts Digital Campus and THAT Podcast, this event will … Continue reading

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