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SBL, Bloggers Section, and Bibliobloggers Dinner

November 9, 2010

I’m all ready to go for SBL this year in Atlanta. Have my plane tickets with too many stopovers that will take too long, have my roommates, and I have my registration. If you’re going this year don’t be afraid to find me and say hi.

Two items of note. First it looks like a biblioblogging dinner/get-together might be coming together at the last minute at an Irish Pub near the hotel at 6:45 pm. Head over to James’ site and leave a comment if you would be interested.

Second, if you don’t know what section to attend on Monday from 1:00 to 3:00 pm you could always attend this one

Blogger and Online Publication
1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room: A702 – Marriott Marquis

Theme: The Past, Present, and Future of Blogging and Online Publication

Robert R. Cargill, University of California-Los Angeles, Presiding

James Davila, University of St. Andrews-Scotland
What Just Happened:  The rise of “biblioblogging” in the first decade of the twenty-first century (25 min)

Christian Brady, Pennsylvania State University University Park
Online Biblical Studies: Past, Present, Promise, and Peril (25 min)

Michael Barber, John Paul the Great Catholic University
Weblogs and the Academy: The Benefits and Challenges of Biblioblogging (25 min)

James McGrath, Butler University
The Blogging Revolution: New Technologies and their Impact on How we do Scholarship (25 min)

Robert R. Cargill, University of California-Los Angeles
Instruction, Research, and the Future of Online Educational Technologies (25 min)

Discussion (25 min)

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