[globaloutlookDH-l] Websites for following technology and the
humanities outside of Europe, Canada, U.S.?
pierre.mounier at openedition.org
Wed Jan 22 08:59:07 MST 2014
for news in french, I would strongly recommend InternetActu :
http://www.internetactu.net/ (very good on political and societal
challenges of technology ; intersect frequently with research, humanities
and higher education)
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On Thu, Jan 2, 2014 at 2:31 AM, Daniel O'Donnell
<daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca>wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've recently started trying to expand my daily reading (and tweeting)
> about education, the humanities, and technology in a more regular fashion.
> Currently, most things I check on a daily or weekly basis are focussed on
> Canada, the U.S., or Europe--in fact primarily the UK (NYTimes, Guardian,
> Washington Post, Chronicle of Higher Education, Inside Higher Education,
> Slate, Salon, the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, National Post, Economist).
> I've recently added Scidev.net and the Times of India to my daily scan.
> Does anybody have any other suggestions for useful news-sites to include
> in my daily or weekly read? I'm particularly interested in places that are
> good on news about higher education, technology, and the intersection of
> higher education, university research, and technology outside of Canada,
> the U.S., and the U.K.
> I can read and/or pick my way through a number of different European
> languages (Dutch, French, German, Spanish, Italian--with things getting
> worse as you move from left to right). At the same time, however, since
> part of my goal is to tweet these to an international audience, things with
> an English version will be particularly useful. (I'm trying to think of
> ways of sharing non-English language news internationally--perhaps through
> a Google Translate URL?)
> Any ideas or suggestions? Or criticism of the idea--I can see the emphasis
> on English being an issue of self-replicating biases.
> Daniel Paul O'Donnell
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