Join me next month in Austin, Texas for the 2015 Family History Conference ,where I am teaching sessions on “Helping Patrons Find & Use Southwest Archival Collections” and “An Introduction to Researching Your Mexican Ancestors”.
News, tips, and reviews of relevance and interest to educators.
On 15 June 2015, the Magna Carta turns 800 years old. Highlighting some of the ways the British Library is marketing this celebration, and educating the public about this significant historical document that changed English law and has had a worldwide impact.
A timely back to school season infographic for both K-12 and higher educators. Watch for these Type 1 signs and behaviors in your students.
If you live/work in Southern California, and the digital humanities are your thing, don’t miss out on the first every DH SoCal Research Slam! The event takes place on Saturday, May 4th at Cal State Northridge.
In this second post in my series on apps to manage my work and life, I take a step back to introduce Zotero, the main tool I use to archive and organize my professional and intellectual research.
I frequently get asked by colleagues, friends, and family what apps (web, desktop, and mobile) I use to organize my work and life. So, I’m going to make a concerted effort here to blog a series on my personal and professional information management workflow. How I archive my “professional” or “intellectual” research — the stuff I read, study, and save for more than just casual reading or interest.