Sorry for the radio silence this week; I thought it might be a good idea to finish my syllabus for this spring's digital-curation course, seeing as how class starts next week and all.
It's pretty much done, finally; I'm working on stuff in the course-management system now. I do intend to post the syllabus online when I'm
committed to it sure I'm finished. Since this is an all-online course, I'll be doing a fair few audio lectures and screencasts, and I may post a few of those as well over the course of the semester. (Not all of them by any means; the classroom is a sacred space where I can tell horror stories and not get in trouble, but Book of Trogool is not a sacred space.)
This is the first time I've taught this course; it should be a pretty wild ride!
Also, how in the world did anyone do syllabi before there were DOIs? I love DOIs. Find the article, copy-paste the DOI into the syllabus with
http://dx.doi.org/ in front of it, done. All the messy access bits get dealt with by library proxy servers and CrossRef infrastructure.