Mapping Implicit Processes; or, Is This Source Okay?

Students love the Google Convenience Store. Most people do. Even those who question Google’s dubious privacy policies and monopolistic tendencies often turn to it (even if they do not always admit to it). Of course, there is nothing inherently...

Keep Your Arms and Legs Inside the Lecture at All Times

Approximately 72 hours before my first lecture of my new American Crises module, I decided to abandon the twelve PowerPoint presentations I had already created in favour of an experiment with Prezi, a flash-based presentation platform. After composing and...

It’s Just a List of Books: Syllabi, Bibliographies and Ethics

This post was inspired by a colleague of mine. Several years ago, when discussing intellectual property rights for lecturers, we touched upon the idea of bibliographies, of reading lists. She had become aware, through informal conversations, that several lecturers felt that their module...