I've created an etherpad here for anyone who wants to upload their summer reading notes and collaborate with others. So, you've got some choices about how to document your summer reading. You can:
- write them out by hand
- post them to your course blog
- post them to the etherpad
NOTE: Ashlie's already commented to the etherpad and expressed some reservation about using the platform for the purpose. This is fair game. I'm genuinely curious about your perceptions of these tools because I want to optimize the learning experience. So I will often ask you about what you're using, how, and how well it works for you. Over the summer you're forced to learn tools by trial and error, but next month we'll be learning about them as we go. As we explore new tools we will have some discussion about the tools themselves and not just the content we're using them to explore. In the meantime, if you have questions, criticisms or suggestions about any of the tools, please send me an email, or comment to a post like this one, or (when we get back) bring it up in class. Let's reserve the actual platforms for their intended purposes so that we can evaluate how well they work. We can always hack the tools and the tool-selection process later.