As we wrap up the semester and head into the holiday season, I spent some time this week reflecting on the posts we published and what information people found most useful or interesting. Here are the top posts of the semester and the top three categories. If you missed any of these when they were first published this is a great time to catch up!
The top posts of the Fall 2014 semester:
- Plot.ly Data Visualizations published on October 30 by Lyndsay Bratton, Digital Scholarship and Visual Resources Librarian.
- Open Access Week posts published during Open Access Week, October 21-24 (yes, I realize this is cheating!)
- Using Historypin to Engage Students with Place written by Becky Parmer, Librarian for Special Collections and Archives.
- Mapping Women’s Movements by Ariella Rotramel, Visiting Assistant Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies.
- Presenting Syllabi and Course Assignments as Pages in Moodle by Anthony Graesch, Associate Professor of Anthroplogy.
- Advising Week Tip: Use Google Calendar Appointment Slots published on November 9.
I also found the categories with the most number of posts interesting:
What would you like to see next semester? Let us know in the comments!
Image credit: XMas Balls by C.P.Storm.