Thanks to Chris Brady for making available a series of podcasts with the papers from this year’s SBL Blogger and Online Publication Section:
- James Davila, University of St. Andrews, “What Just Happened: The Rise of ‘Biblioblogging’ in the First Decade of the Twenty-first Century”
- Christian Brady, Pennsylvania State University, “Online Biblical Studies: Past, Present, Promise, and Peril”
- Michael Barber, John Paul the Great Catholic University, “Weblogs and the Academy: The Benefits and Challenges of Biblioblogging”
- James McGrath, Butler University, “The Blogging Revolution: New Technologies and Their Impact on How We Do Scholarship”
- Robert Cargill, University of California-Los Angeles, “Instruction, Research, and the Future of Online Educational Technologies”
Having unfortunately been unable to attend this particular session, I am very much looking forward to catching up on the presentations there through these podcasts. Thanks, again, Chris!
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