Assignments, activities, and other learning experiences can be more or less transparent depending on how they are designed.
I suppose it is a good thing that you can get quite far with jekyll site creation without really knowing what you are doing.
Lately, I've been working (perhaps rather obsessively) on a site that tries to make well-designed instructional modules as easy to embed as YouTube videos.
People sometimes give me their discarded technologies. Maybe it is because they somehow sense my fondness for such things, or because I unknowingly transmit a deep belief that the life and utility of most everything should be longer.
I'll probably always be a big fan of Drupal.... But for a small, personal site like this one, it feels like a bit much.
Four key questions framed this conversational panel session on the intersections between fye and critical librarianship, but many more came up in discussion.
Just when it seemed the debates around the Framework were beginning to settle....
Oddly, a hallway was a highlight for me, but perhaps that shouldn't be so odd.
Why bother coding a presentation? I'm not sure exactly. For fun?
Footnotes are good. Very good!
I've always wanted to be one of those people with shelves of moleskines, each one full of ideas and dreamwork.
Google fonts + Jekyll = :-)
I'm suddenly a huge fan of text files.