- Cave Painting
- Civil War
- digital identity
- Final Project
- in person
- laser scanning
- live tweeting
- Lucy Buck
- mount st. helens
- Propaganda Campaign
- Radio Broadcast
- radio show
- Research Log
- Research Papers
- social media
- Southern Gender Standards
- Thoughts and Ideas
- Titanic Live Tweeting
- Young Southern Women
Bergin, Thomas. “What is a Computer? An Answer from the Past,” Annals of the History of Computing 36, no. 3 (Summer 2014): 80-84. doi: 10.1109/MAHC.2014.48 (accessed October 5, 2014).
Light, Jennifer. “When Computers Were Women,” Technology and Culture 40, no. 3 (July 1999): 455-483. http://ezproxy.umw.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.proquest.com.ezproxy.umw.edu/docview/198455336?accountid=12299 (accessed October 5, 2014).
On top of this, pages 33-34 of Downey’s book should be glanced at.
In class: Go to our class Google Doc to refine the fields to be used in our database/timeline.
By Monday, September 22, each group should publish a post with the following information:
- Brainstorm 5 representations of information/communication technology for each member of your group
- Suggest 1 or 2 ways that such representations might be created (filling out a text only form, clips/screen captures, infographic, animated gif, etc.)
This week’s readings are up at the new Readings page. It has the password that we discussed in class.
1) Students will individually create sentences and present them to their group.
2) Group will decide on one sentence to relay to their partnering table.
3) Scoring System:
1 point for most creative sentence
1 point for a successful relay of message from table to table (for both partnering tables)
1 point if opposing table is able to intercept the message (individually based)
*Tables have only two opportunities to relay their message to their partnering table
*The same person can not attempt to relay the message on both opportunities, must switch with group member
MOST POINTS WIN.
Check them out here.