A rock in the middle of the ocean and two people traversing the ground at its base.

Digital Knowledge: a Domain of One's Own Faculty Initiative

Putting the word “digital” in front of “knowledge” or in front of “liberal arts” begs a whole host of questions: What work does “digital” do as an adjective? What do we imply or privilege if we use it as a noun (“the digital”)?


10 Apps for Writing and Collaboration

A handful of apps for writing and collaboration that aren’t made by Microsoft or Google.


Red Ornament by Markus Spiske

A Brief History of Domain of One’s Own, Part 2: The 12 Days of Domains

We gave out over 2400 domains and you won’t believe what happened next!


16 Creative Online Educators You Should Follow on Twitter Right Now

Some teach courses of 25 students. Some teach to thousands. Some write about online learning in critical ways. Some are experimenting at the edge of on-ground and online learning.


Ethical Online Learning: A Town Hall

This is the work before us at University of Mary Washington — to carefully consider the unique and deeply human work we’ve done as an institution and how we will continue to do different (but still unique and deeply human) work in digital space.


A Brief History of Domain of One's Own, Part 1

Domain of One’s Own (DoOO) is not just a platform. It’s a philosophy. A history, then, can not just account for the development of the technologies but must also account for the thinking that brought the project to life.


Spotlight on gears in the dark

What is the Digital Liberal Arts?

UMW’s Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies is hosting a series of conversations and conversation starters focused on the digital liberal arts.