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Kris Shaffer
An infographic of the history of Domain of One's Own at the University of Mary Washington

An Infographic of One’s Own

Domain of One's Own is a project that is deep, broad, and growing. As Jess and Jesse wrote, "we find ourselves looking back even as we look forward." As we at DTLT collaborate with our faculty and students to keep imagining the future of Domain of One's Own at Mary Washington, we are both humbled...
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The Digital Liberal Arts and Sciences: A Town Hall

We are seeking to bring voices from across campus in concert to begin our discussions around the often thorny and complicated issues of disciplinarity, pedagogy, the liberal arts ethos, and technological change.
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Clone This Website! ― Introducing Peasy

Want to build a website but find a blank canvas intimidating? Found a great "open" resource that's legal, but really difficult, to copy? Have a new Domain of Your Own but don't know how to get started? For the past few weeks, I've been working on a new web app called Peasy (as in "easy...
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What is Liberal Education?

Digital technology brings something very different to the transmission of universal knowledge than to the empowerment for critical, transformative engagement with the world.
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The Flip That Matters

When you read about the flipped (or inverted) classroom in the media, the focus is almost always on course content. Look at this new way to “deliver” education to our students! And it’s personalized! The focus is typically on video, the internet, how the digital revolution will disrupt education as we know it.
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Hypothes.is Aggregator ― A WordPress Plugin

I’ve created a WordPress plugin called Hypothes.is Aggregator, which will allow WordPress users ― bloggers, teachers, and students alike ― to collect their own annotations, annotations on a topic of interest, or annotations from/about a class, and present them in a page or post on the WordPress platform. It’s easy to install, easy to use,...
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