Browsing All posts tagged under »interaction design«

And you thought electronically delivered history was all about the content…

February 13, 2012 by

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… and you thought all I focus on is history… humpf! I keep telling people, electronically delivered history isn’t simply a matter of a new platform (the Web) for a place to put stuff (aka the same old print media layout and design)… and this round of books in the pic above, being packed-up for […]

Is it not true that Clio is only partially wired?

April 1, 2009 by

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I don’t think I’m in agreement with the thoughts of some (maybe more than some) others about the progress of digital history as a practice. I think it has a lot to do with the current graduate program that I am in. I’ve spent so much time focused, especially within the last three semesters, on hypertext […]

Scribd… and more

November 5, 2008 by

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Hmmm, I’m intriqued. I wonder how Scribd might be employed within the practice of digital history. I’m probably behind the curve on this one and would bet that it’s already in use in some history classes. On another note, in gearing-up to write a literature review of materials relating to “interaction design” in digital history, I took a […]

What makes an historian a “digital historian?”

April 22, 2008 by

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Just some passing thoughts today. I say passing because I’m more preoccupied with completing three final projects for the semester. One more week to go and the spring semester of ’08 is history! Nevertheless, in the past few days, I’ve been thinking about digital history as a practice. Is it really ok to say that […]

When saying “I am studying Web design” just isn’t enough

April 18, 2008 by

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It’s been quite a while since I posted on anything relating directly to digital history, but the impulse struck me today. Granted, by writing this blog, I have been, to some degree, doing digital history. Yet, I haven’t posted much on theory or anything else that goes along with what really is digital history. To recap a little… after […]