Nota Bene: Annotation as a Scholarly and Pedagogical Practice

Grinnell College Summer Workshop, 2022

Notes filling David Foster Wallace’s copy of “Players” by Don DeLillo. Image courtesy of the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas.

Start Your Engines…

A red Ferrari viewed in profile sits on gravel in front of a sprawling European manor, below a cloudy sky with rays of sunset.

We have just wrapped up a wonderful week of learning the ins and outs of, experimenting with, and growing community at Grinnell around Domains, and I am so in awe of the engagement of and work done by our fantastic workshop participants as they pulled up their digital sleeves and got to work in their Domains. What a privilege to teach and learn from you this week! And … Read more

Workshop reflections

What do you feel are the most important things you’ve learned this week about domains and the web? Hands on experience and some case studies, how they have been used in the past in the classroom and as a vehicle for sharing and exhibiting scholarship. What do you think you will return to once this … Read more

Failure = Learning

I’ve been part of the Home On The Web workshop, and it has been great. I think my favorite take-away at this time is to go into any activity involving technology with the expectation that something WILL go wrong, and notifying people of that expectation. Then when things go right, we have exceeded expectations. And … Read more