[(Almost) Every Wednesday I’ll recommend one of the blogs I follow. Yes, I still follow the best of the best using a feed reader. You’ll be able to check the list @ this blog’s header.]
If you teach Digital Humanities, the Miriam Posner’s blog is mandatory on your feed reader. Posner coordinates and teaches in the Digital Humanities program @ UCLA and she shares ideas and tutorials of exercises that can be done with DH students. I must confess one of my favourites is the “How did they make that? Reverse-engineering Digital Projects” where Posner shows how to take a DH project and deconstruct it in parts in order to understand how it was made.