- Seems Joe Hodnicki's Law Librarian Blog is getting a new home. The announcement: http://t.co/bEviuAVm65 The new home: http://t.co/mkUiineXLj 06:50:28, 2013-09-30
- RT @richards1000: cc @LawMeets MT @maireadenright: Any law teachers know way to set up short transactional role-plays online? Smthg w/o ste… 07:36:27, 2013-09-30
- @johnpmayer That certainly is going to need more than 140 characters to explain. Best games make you forget time and get lost in the game. in reply to johnpmayer 11:01:27, 2013-09-30
- RT @ddraper: The inside story on LA schools’ iPad rollout http://t.co/0A5VUMT8oD (Or, How LAUSD Board Turned Schools into Disneyland) 14:23:57, 2013-09-30
- RT @txtbks: Libraries & OER : Join me on Wed 3pm ET for a great webinar w/ @ocwnews @PLOS @SPARC_NA @TheOrangeGrove http://t.co/FiY9Dd04ED 14:27:11, 2013-09-30
- RT @SamGoshorn: Moved a project from the Fun folder to the Work folder. Is that good or bad? 15:03:07, 2013-09-30
- @SamGoshorn That would depend on the project. I try to keep them in the fun pile as long as possible. in reply to SamGoshorn 15:03:44, 2013-09-30
- RT @teknoids: Teknoids Post: Anyone using ExamSoft's multiple choice question bank and assessment tools? http://t.co/TATyNLLjwL 15:12:33, 2013-09-30
- RT @markkerzner: BIG news about FreeEed #eDiscovery http://t.co/IXyj3N33xg 16:29:49, 2013-09-30
- @richmccue Too bad Google chooses to equate web design with advertising. Reminds us GOOG is all about ad revenue. in reply to richmccue 17:29:45, 2013-09-30
GitHub is more than just a programmer’s tool. If you want to collaborate on anything, you should give it a try. Part 1 of a two-part look at getting started with GitHub.
GitHub is starting to gather more steam as a collaboration platform for many sorts of projects from coding to textbooks to presentations. This article is a great intro to GitHub.