Monthly Archives: March 2008

PKAP SL Conference Again?

Well, my panic attacks over PKAP matters (rooms, costs, supplies, etc.) have not subsided (in fact they are getting worse), so I emailed my co-directors Bill Caraher and David Pettegrew and asked them to meet me for another PKAP meeting … Continue reading

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PKAP Panic Mode

I sat down last night and made a list of everything I needed to do before I leave for Cyprus on May 13th – a mere 45 days away. After making the list I had to lie down and try … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Technology

This has been a very busy week, committee meeting wise. (I realize that I seem to be complaining about this a lot lately – sorry).  In particular, my meetings this week have focused on technology issues. For example, in one … Continue reading

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Episode 8 now online

Episode 8 of Emerging Cypriot, "Wall on Vigla," is now available on-line. This episode deals with what I felt was one of the most exciting discoveries we made last summer. The area had suffered torrential rains about 6 weeks before … Continue reading

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Scanning

This week in Digital History we are discussing scanning and putting texts on-line. We have a couple of different scanners in the lab and hopefully have a few more on the way. So far, very few of my students have … Continue reading

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Sorry for the break

Sorry for my sudden silence. The combination of the Easter weekend, college basketball, and falling behind in grading resulted in my forgetting to write my blog for a couple of days. So to catch up, let’s see.. On the PKAP … Continue reading

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Information Literacy

I had a college technology committee meeting today and the talk at the end of the meeting turned to information literacy. It became clear that information literacy has become discipline specific and that there were wide variations in opinion on … Continue reading

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