[SIGCIS-Members] List reminders: Links are OK, digest is available
thaigh at computer.org
Mon May 19 07:48:18 PDT 2014
Dag is confused. SIGCIS welcomes links, but bars large attachments because
they don't archive, don't go in the digest version of the email, and are not
something that everyone on the list would want chewing up their time and
bandwidth. Again, links cause none of these problems and are fine.
Every now and then we have a flurry of emails to the list. So I also want to
remind those who would prefer their history of computing discussion
compartmentalized rather than periodically flaring up to dominate their
inbox that our mail management system allows mail to be dispatched in a once
a day digest format. Just log in at
http://sigcis.org/mailman/listinfo/members (you should receive an email
every month reminding you of your login details and subscription options)
and change the format option.
From: members-bounces at sigcis.org [mailto:members-bounces at sigcis.org] On
Behalf Of Dag Spicer
Sent: Monday, May 19, 2014 8:52 AM
To: members at sigcis.org
Subject: [SIGCIS-Members] Teaching history with video games
There is a very thoughtful article on this often noisy topic in the current
"Perspectives on History" by the AHA.
It is entitled "The Assassin's Perspective: Teaching History with Video
Games," by Nicolas Trepanier.
I'd love to provide the link to it but SIGCIS has decided not to allow that.
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