Last year’s series of Teaching Carnivals went very well due to the excellent efforts of nine volunteers (plus me) who gathered hundreds of individual blog posts related to teaching in higher education. I’d like to start lining up hosts for the forthcoming year, and I believe we can start hosting these once every two weeks.
If you are interested in hosting, gmail me at georgehwilliams. I would also greatly appreciate it if you would post a notice on your own blog letting people know I’m looking for volunteer hosts.
- #10 Raining Cats & Dogma (June 20, 2006)
- #9 Adventures in Ethics and Science (May 14, 2006)
- #8 A Delicate Boy (Apr 15, 2006)
- #7 The Salt-Box (Mar 15, 2006)
- #6 Science & Politics (Feb 15, 2006)
- #5 Ancarett’s Abode (Jan 15, 2006)
- #4 New Kid on the Hallway (Dec 15, 2005)
- #3 Scrivenings (Nov 15, 2005)
- #2 scribblingwoman (Oct 15, 05)
- #1 thanks for not being a zombie (Sept 1, 05)
Update. The following are (roughly) the dates for future Teaching Carnivals. Let me know if you are interesting in hosting on a particular date:
- #11 WorkBook (September 1, 2006)
- #12 Scrivenings (September 15, 2006)
- #13 A Blog Around The Clock (October 1, 2006)
- #14 m2h blogging (October 15, 2006)
- #15 New Kid on the Hallway (November 1, 2006)
- #16 Ancarett’s Abode (November 15, 2006)
- #17 David Silver (December 1, 2006)
- #18 Xoom (December 15, 2006)
george, i’m definately interested in hosting one of these suckas. i got my eyes on december 1 – is it taken?
i will post something about your quest for more and new hosts but before that can you point me to a site that explains the concept? i understand it from reading it and using it but it would be helpful if you had some wordage that i can use in my own post.
All right, David. December 1 is all yours! There’s an explanation of the concept here.
I’ll host on September 15, when everyone will be all excited about the start of the new year! :)
Now we just have two slots that need to be filled.
Anyone…? Anyone…? Bueller…? Bueller…?
And now all the slots are taken!