For an update on what’s going on with the Georgetown Digital Commons this semester, check out a post from CNDLS Graduate Associate Meaghan Fritz.
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On Wednesday, November 18th, CNDLS’ Marie Selvanadin and Rob Pongsajapan will present a hands-on workshop on “Getting Started with Blogs at Georgetown.”
Check out the featured blog “Freedom Without Walls.” This blog was designed to collect and publicize information about events taking place this week at Georgetown to commemorate the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
CNDLS’ Digital Commons team has just released the first in a new series of podcasts which will explore uses of digital tools in Georgetown classrooms.
These fall months mark the fifth semester we’ve offered WordPress blogs through the Georgetown Digital Commons.
New on the Georgetown University Digital Commons site: a guide to Creative Commons.
In a post on the Georgetown University Digital Commons Labs blog, Kevin Donovan (SFS ’11) shares his thoughts on creating an ePortfolio.
In a recent article in the Chronicle of Higher Education, Jeffrey Young discusses the merits of course blogs as an alternative to the popular course management software Blackboard.