What a powerful site! It is autodidact heaven and also a great place to find new and unusual resources for your classes. For example:
Give the Stingy Scholar more than a quick look.
Here is a YouTube video that Dr. Lesa Dill recommended:
Here’s a good friend of mine from grad school who has posted a section of Beowulf on YouTube–commentary and reading ( in Old English). Thought you might be able to use is in classes or just view it for your own pleasure. Carmen’s neat!
Here is an image of an earlier and grander prequel to today’s Guthrie Bell Tower.
Would you like to know how I found the image and how I “stole” the image and how I put the image on a server so that it would always be here? I can show you and the technology committee is committed (well, of course we are) to helping anyone do this. If you are willing to share information like this, let us know. We want to know who our “expert” users are and we want to know how you are using technology in your academic life. Remember: a good tool isn’t always digital.