Over the last week, I have designed all my courses and redesigned this web site. I wanted it more user-friendly, so I put the main sections on the front page, and moved the blog to a secondary place of importance. I really think it will work better for this sort of content site. There’s a […]
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The back-end server for LitMUSE has a new home: MSC Humanities Online. It’s still running Moodle, but I just switched servers: from an old Linux server to a new Apple Xserve. So, if you’re looking for the old login, you won’t find it. Go to the new site, and use the same login name and […]
I’m performing some upgrades to the Moodle server, so it will be down for about 24 hours. I’m updating the Debian install, and I’ll get to the latest version of Moodle this week. Thanks for your patience.
LitMUSE now has a companion server on the Macon State campus. This server will run Moodle to handle courses for me and various colleagues.
LitMUSE now has a companion site: Earthshine. Earthshine will host online sections of classes I offer, and maybe more.
The name LitMUSE represents the goals and focus of this site. “Lit” stands for both literature and literacy, and “MUSE” is both an acronym for Multi-User Simulated Environment and the Greek word for the fount and guarantor of memory.