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Studio 9
Blogging Exercises
Introduction to the Digital Liberal Arts
MDST 3703 / 7703
Fall 2010
Business
• Don’t forget response triads!
– Post your comments on the week after studio (e.g.
sometime today)
– Response to...
Review
• What are blogs?
– Form: posts in reverse order, RSS, trackbacks, tags
– Content: informal + public (liminal), per...
Overview
• Follow up on seminar – “function” of blogging
• Scrum
• Exercises
– Using RSS to connect your WordPress sites t...
The Great Chain of Blogging
Comments
Blog Posts
Newspaper articles
and op eds
Investigative Journalism
Mostly commentary
o...
The Great Chain of Blogging (ii)
Comments
included in
newspapers
Investigative
blog posts
Newspapers and
aggregated blogs
...
Is there an analogy in academia?
http://bavatuesdays.com/rss-feed-generator-for-academic-journals/
http://digitalhistoryhacks.blogspot.com/2005/12/teaching-young-historians-to-search.html
Symbiosis
• Academic bloggers connected to …
– Other bloggers
– Journals
http://www.springer.com/alert/rss?SGWID=0-40691-0...
Exercise —Find online Academic
Journals
• Do this as a team
– One person on the computer
– One person documenting the resu...
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  1. 1. Studio 9 Blogging Exercises Introduction to the Digital Liberal Arts MDST 3703 / 7703 Fall 2010
  2. 2. Business • Don’t forget response triads! – Post your comments on the week after studio (e.g. sometime today) – Response to colleagues’ posts sometime on Friday
  3. 3. Review • What are blogs? – Form: posts in reverse order, RSS, trackbacks, tags – Content: informal + public (liminal), personal broadcasting, global vs. historical consciousness – Function/effects: what is the place of blogging in the information ecology? • Witnessing – each person an eye on the world • Same role as public opinion? (Toqueville) • Question on the table: Are blogs suitable for academic work?
  4. 4. Overview • Follow up on seminar – “function” of blogging • Scrum • Exercises – Using RSS to connect your WordPress sites to other resources, e.g. Delicious – Using ScribeFire – Using Diigo and WebSlides
  5. 5. The Great Chain of Blogging Comments Blog Posts Newspaper articles and op eds Investigative Journalism Mostly commentary on the news
  6. 6. The Great Chain of Blogging (ii) Comments included in newspapers Investigative blog posts Newspapers and aggregated blogs Investigative Journalism, Citizen Journalism Dan Rather incident Daily Kos, Huffington Post
  7. 7. Is there an analogy in academia?
  8. 8. http://bavatuesdays.com/rss-feed-generator-for-academic-journals/
  9. 9. http://digitalhistoryhacks.blogspot.com/2005/12/teaching-young-historians-to-search.html
  10. 10. Symbiosis • Academic bloggers connected to … – Other bloggers – Journals http://www.springer.com/alert/rss?SGWID=0-40691-0-0-0 – Publishers – Newspapers – Digital collections • … through RSS, Plain Old Linking …
  11. 11. Exercise —Find online Academic Journals • Do this as a team – One person on the computer – One person documenting the results • Go online and find academic journals that match your topics (as a group) – Use Delicious to bookmark them – Tag them with MDST3703 – Document your results with a post • Category
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