Tag: Ken Chitwood

A new website & a fresh new book on sustainable communities

This special summer bulletin features some fresh presentations from our faculty, publications from students and faculty, alumni news, and a new book from Dr. Whitney Sanford entitled  Living Sustainably: What Intentional Communities Can Teach Us about Democracy, Simplicity, and Nonviolence. 

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Google Newslab Play Session for Academics

Ever wondered how to harness the powers of Google for your academic research? Ever wanted to go beyond using the search engine for basic queries? Google News Lab may be the resource you’ve been looking for. Designed for journalists and

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Google Newslab Play Session for Academics

Ever wondered how to harness the powers of Google for your academic research? Ever wanted to go beyond using the search engine for basic queries? Google News Lab may be the resource you’ve been looking for. Designed for journalists and

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Spring Digital Media Seminars — Meet n’ Greet, Maps, & More!

The University of Florida Religion Department is excited to announce its Spring Digital Humanities Seminars. The seminars with #UFreligion provide an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing teaching, research, dissemination, creation, and preservation in

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Spring Digital Media Seminars — Meet n’ Greet, Maps, & More!

The University of Florida Religion Department is excited to announce its Spring Digital Humanities Seminars. The seminars with #UFreligion provide an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing teaching, research, dissemination, creation, and preservation in

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The WHY of religion newswriting, from the source

by Meghan Mangrum, graduate student in the University of Florida’s College of Journalism & Communications who is enrolled in #UFreligion’s “Religion and the News” class. The halls of inner-city Chicago Catholic schools, gay-rights events in Havana, the Mexico-American border and

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Blogging like an academic

*This post is shared from one of our graduate students (Ken Chitwood, PhD ’14), who recently led a seminar on “blogging like an academic” as part of our Digital Humanities 2015-2016 Seminars.  When I started blogging I had two readers: my

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