A decade after the Center for Digital Humanities and Culture folks begin experimenting with wikis, newer faculty member and assistant professor Matt Vetter brought the pedagogy of wiki editing back to the fore at IUP.
Read the full article.
In an Art Feminism Edit-a-thon last year, Vetter worked with the DHC and Women’s Studies to host a DH intervention. Now, Theresa McDevitt of the IUP Libraries, along with Vetter, Weinstein, and Sherwood (English/DHC) have published a jointly authored article.
Look for this now-annual editing event in spring 2018.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
This is just a test post. I wanted to try out the “commenting” tool. It’s really just an inline footnote plugin, but I think it will serve our purposes nicely. I am going to install an inline editing tool which, if you have editing privileges will let you add your own footnotes so that you can comment on specific sentences or referenced material.
This is some more random text. I’m going to keep rambling on and on until the post gets a little longer. I want to see how the Side Matter plugin pushes other sidebar widgets. I may need to empty the widgets so there are minimal conflicts. Perhaps I’ll add a widget area in the top margin.
Why did the screen go all grey when I switched to Inline Edit mode? I don’t think I like this. I’ll have to edit the css.
This is just another test.
Again, this is just some more text. Please don’t take anything I write here to heart. It is merely the ramblings of a tired person.