January 17: General introduction to the course and to the technologies used.
Web 2.0: The Machine is Us/ing Us
Pew Internet & American Life Survey on Social Media and Young Adults
Online: Getting Started with Digital History
- Set up a blog at WordPress.com for your academic writing. Email the URL to me.
- write a blog post about yourself. Include any experience with digital tools or social media, and what you hope to get out of this course
- Set-up an account on Feedly and subscribe to History News Network and History@Work, and some history blogs of your choice (if you like, subscribe to mine )
- Sign-up for Twitter. Send me your handle. Follow CCSU Historians Connecticut State Library, and Connecticut History; search for and follow some #twitterstorians.
- Sign-up for Facebook (if you’re not already on it). Join the CCSU Public History Facebook Page
15 thoughts on “Week 1: Getting Started”
here’s my blog for the class: http://jackielevesque.wordpress.com/
Professor Prescott my blogging address is
Dr. Prescott–here is my blog info. tonyroy.wordpress.com
The class I had with you was 301 Medical History i think. I did a paper on Chiropractics. i am looking forward to this semester
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Here is my blog: http://rquish.wordpress.com/
My address follows: http://kendramapp.wordpress.com.
Here is my Blog information Dr. Prescott.
Hello Dr. Prescott!
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professor prescott my blog info is, samzatarain.wordpress.com.
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I have posted my response to Dan Cohen. I liked his positive attitude to the embrace of technology. However, I address the doubts in the blog
WordPress: greengoddesshistory / http://email@example.com
Wiki Account: greengoddesshistory
My blog info: http://ashlyvallera.wordpress.com
Response to Dan Cohen also posted!
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Getting caught up now that I am healthy
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