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Domain of One's Own at UMW: The Data

We developed a shiny new tool for tracking and visualizing Domain of One’s Own usage data at UMW.

Can Higher Education Save the Web?

For as long as I have been in the educational technology field, pundits have asked whether the web can save higher education.

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Choosing a WordPress Theme

Choosing a WordPress theme can indeed be like falling down the rabbit hole in Alice in Wonderland. There is so much undiscovered potential – fascinating colors, layouts, typography, etc.

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Domain of One’s Own: A Corpus Study, Part 4 – Topic Model

Over 300 articles, 16 topics, … what will emerge?

Domain of One’s Own: A Corpus Study, Part 3 – Sentiment Analysis

How do people feel about Domain of One’s Own? In this post, we explore a rough sentiment analysis of articles in the DoOO corpus.

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Domain of One’s Own: A Corpus Study, Part 2 – Bigrams and Changing Trends

How has the discussion about Domain of One’s Own changed over time?

Domain of One's Own: A Corpus Study, Part 1 – Words and Voices

We assembled a collection of over 300 articles about Domain of One’s Own. Here’s what they say…

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!

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Copyright for Instructors

Navigating copyright for class materials can be difficult, especially where digital media is concerned. Here are some guiding principles for legally using digital media in educational settings.

Redesigning the Look of Domain of One’s Own

Domain of One’s Own (aka UMW Domains) has a new look! Besides my own superficial reasons for wanting to give the site a new look, there are some practical reasons as to why the Domain of One’s Own site needed a redesign. The most important reason for the update is we needed to separate custom code from the original theme to make sure it was working, and to allow us to change themes more easily in the future.