Moved once again, this time to UO Blogs

http://blogs.uoregon.edu/bonamici

More info here:

UO Blogs is an easy-to-use academic blogging and web publishing service for the University of Oregon community. Students, faculty, and staff can use the service to quickly create blogs or websites for courses, groups, or individual use. UO Blogs offers a variety of themes and plugins to choose from to help customize your blog or website. To get started, go to blogs.uoregon.edu and log in with your DuckID and password (the same  i.d. used for uoregon email and Blackboard).

Moved to wordpress.com

UPDATE June 15, 2011

The UfoliO pilot is ending, so I’ve moved this work-related site to
letskeeptalking.wordpress.com

Here is a post with more details on the migration.

UfoliO blog

andrew's UfoliO header

During the past year or so, I’ve been posting mainly to my UfoliO site. Check it out at http://ufolio.uoregon.edu/bonamici

 

 

 

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UPDATE June 15, 2011

The UfoliO pilot is ending, so I’ve moved this work-related site to
letskeeptalking.wordpress.com

Here is a post with more details on the migration.

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UfoliO expansion

During the last several weeks we’ve been working hard to expand the UO’s pilot WordPressMU service . Take a look at http//ufolio.uoregon.edu and let me know what you think.

As a next step, we plan to appoint a user group comprised of faculty, campus program staff, and students to

  • share ideas and best practices for use and assessment of the UfoliO system
  • provide input and make recommendations to Information Services and the UO Libraries about system operations, functionality, support services, and policies.

Do any of you have advisory groups of this kind on your campuses? If so, please let me know and pass along any information you can about the group’s charge, frequency of meetings, agendas, etc. Comments below, or contact me via e-mail:  bonamici[at]uoregon[dot]edu.

Deschutes Sunrise


Deschutes Sunrise

Originally uploaded by andrewb823

This is a test of the flickr “blog this” function

Migrating to WordPress

image:blogger-to-wordpress migration

Gentle Readers:

Effective March 26, 2010, Google will no longer support ftp publishing from the blogger platform. This is the approach I’ve used to publish at uoregon.edu, so from now on the blog will will be maintained right here at andrewbonamici.wordpress.com. Please update bookmarks and links to the current address. You might need to do the same with the RSS feed.

Eventually, I hope to migrate older posts to this location, but they will remain available on the old site at least for now. Thanks for your patience,

Andrew

A day in the life of the internet

In the spirit of Gary Hayes’s Social Media Counter, here’s another mind-bending snapshot of internet activity:

A Day in the Internet
Created by Online Education