Collin Brooke's "Mirror, Mirror on the Web"
Collin Brooke has written a piece for Inside Higher Ed on making CCC Online more than just an online mirror of the print journal, in having it be a digital complement to the print text, and how his role as an active blogger informed this process:
But it's more than that. Although the quantity and quality of writing that I read online almost certainly differs from the scholarly reading I do, I would argue that the biggest change is that I practice reading differently. And this is a truth that, traditionally, disciplines in the humanities have been slow to accept. We are still prone to thinking of technology as something added to what are already substantial professional duties, instead of conceiving of it as a way of approaching those duties differently.
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