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What Blogs & Sites Do You Read?

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Some blogs, sites, and sources are broadly familiar, like The Chronicle of Higher Education (and its associated blogs) or Educause. We're interested in hearing what blogs, sites, and sources you read for inspiration, information, and news related to teaching, higher education, and other faculty matters. Click on the "Comments" link above to leave a comment to let us know. We'll share the links in the "Sites We're Following" section of this website.

You may wish to add the COCC Barber Library "blog" to the list of resources (unless I'm missing it). Great job on this resource!!
Posted by: Stacey Donohue at 3/24/2014 3:14 PM


I am big fan of:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/
They do a great job explaining cutting edge research in a very digestable way without dumbing it down too much. And you get see a wide variety of research in myriad fields of science.
Posted by: John Liccardo at 3/24/2014 3:15 PM


I've been spending time Anne McGrail's (Lane CC) site on the Digital Humanities. It's the beginning of a conversation more than it is a direct resource for teaching, but it's ultimate goal is to definitely address digital humanities pedagogy. Here tis: https://blogs.lanecc.edu/dhatthecc/
Posted by: Jake Agatucci at 3/24/2014 3:15 PM


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