via Google Scholar Blog I’m not sure if this is better than Zotero in managing citations, but it sure is pretty cool. Give it a try and let me know what you think. Advertisements
As promised, here is the Slidehare Presentation that Edward Iglesias gave in class last week.
On October 16th, instead of our regular class meeting, we will be attending a lecture by James Loewen at the New England Conference for Multicultural Education.Dr. Loewen is best-selling author who wrote Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your High School History Textbook Got Wrong and Lies Across America: What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong. The lecture will…
If you need to access government websites during the shutdown, go here and click on the logo for the site you want. Another reason to love the Internet Archive! Advertisements
Via Creative Commons This works on WordPress.com as well as self-hosted WordPress installations. Step 1: In your dashboard, go to the menu item “Widgets”, under “Appearance”. Step 2: Find the widget labeled “Text”, and drag it to your sidebar or footer. Location is entirely up to you. (yeah, that too!) Step 3: Paste the code…
Here’s a link to an article on Timothy Messer-Kruse’s battle with Wikipedia over his work on the Haymarket riot and trial of 1886. Advertisements
History Hashtags A visualization of how historians use Twitter, courtesy of The American Historical Association blog. What do you think? Feel free to comment there or tweet them at @AHAHistorians. Advertisements