Publishing Resources

What We Made: A Collection of Tech Tools

August 21, 2014 0 Comments

Peter Kittle started up a crowdsourcing activity early on in the Making Learning Connected MOOC — asking people to add tools and technology resources they were using as they were “making” projects this summer. I took that list and grouped things as best as I could, and share it here with you.  [ Note from […]

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Researchers waxing positive about open access journal article publishing

July 10, 2014 0 Comments
Researchers waxing positive about open access journal article publishing

Campus Technology reported today that, according to a new report from Taylor & Francis Online, journal authors are expressing increasingly positive attitudes toward open access journals.

The report, “Taylor & Francis Open Access Survey, June 2014,” is the second annual survey of journal authors on their opinions toward open access publication. Nearly 8,000 authors from around the world responded to the survey.

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Real Simple Syndication (RSS) — Oh, really!?

November 18, 2011
Real Simple Syndication (RSS) — Oh, really!?

Actually, yes — it is a lot simpler to actually write the code for a feed than it is to figure out how to use some of the readers! RSS is one of the staples in the webmaster’s arsenal of gizmological legerdemain! And in publishing platforms like WordPress, RSS feeds for blog pages are automatically […]

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iQuit

August 25, 2011
iQuit

Steve Jobs resigned as CEO of Apple yesterday, as you’ve undoubtedly heard. The HuffPo headline was clever: iQuit. But continuing as chairman of the Board, and “Apple employee” ain’t bad! I think his influence will long outlast him, even when he vacates those new posts for whatever reason. Hope his health is well. That “singular […]

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Social media publishing policy references

July 22, 2010

Here are some of the references for web and social media publishing. There are links to TAMU Webmasters, UT-HSC policies and Washington State University. In addition, there are some article links, including a study by Ithaca University Vice-president of Marketing & Communication Rachel Reuben. Let me know if they are helpful. — au

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