Back to School

Posted on August 29, 2007. Filed under: miscellaneous |

A recent post on Dan Cohen’s Digital History Blog reminded me to update my blog and use it to brainstorm about ideas for using my recently acquired skills in the classroom! My idea for the week is to do some kind of riff on the uses/abuses of Wikipedia, similar to that described by Christopher Miller in the May 2007 issue of AHA Perspectives. At first I thought I would do this just for HIST 162 (the U.S. survey) but think I may do a version for each of my courses. Wish me luck!

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