More Reviews and Articles

Blogging Women’s Studies (Round-Up), by various contributors [from v.27, no.2-3 (Winter-Spring 2006)]; a second round-up Blogs and Other E-Tools for Women’s Studies [from v.28, no.4 (Summer-Fall 2007)]; and a third round-up YouTube in Women’s Studies [from v.29, no.1 (Winter 2008)]

Citation Tracking Citings and Sightings,” by Phyllis Holman Weisbard [from v.32, no.1 (Winter 2011)]

Digital Feminism: Reaching Women Through Web-Based Courses, by Melissa Alsgaard [from v.22, no.1 (Fall 2000)]

Do You YouTube?” Using Online Video in Women’s Studies Courses, by Deb Hoskins [from v.30, no.2 (Spring 2009)]

Going MOOC: Massive Open Online Courses,” by Phyllis Holman Weisbard [from v.34, nos. 1-2 (Winter-Spring 2013)]

Learning from Student Learning: A Librarian-Instructor’s View of Her Information Literacy Class, by Carroll Wetzel Wilkinson (from v.28, no.1 (Fall 2006)], a follow-up to her Stronger Students, Better Research: Information Literacy in the Women’s Studies Classroom [from v.25, no.4 (Summer 2004)]

Like Catching Waves Upon the Sand: The Challenges of Designing for the Web, by Pamela O’Donnell [from v.24, no.2 (Winter 2003)]

More Online Videos for Women’s Studies: An Update to “A Torrent of Moving Images,” by Phyllis Holman Weisbard [from v. 31, no. 3 (Summer 2010)] and A Torrent of Moving Images: Free Online Videos for Women’s Studies,” by Phyllis Holman Weisbard [from v.29, no.3-4 (Summer-Fall 2008)]

Negotiating Class Interests and Academy-Community Divides: The Case of Women’s Studies’ Emergence at the University of Minnesota, by Catherine M. Orr [from v.20, no.3 (Spring 1999)]

Oldies but Goodies: Archiving Web-Based Information, by Phyllis Holman Weisbard [from v. 32, no. 2 (Spring 2011)]

An Open Letter, to the New White House Council on Women & Girls re: Federal Government Website for Women,” by Beth Harper [from v.30, no.2 (Spring 2009)]

The Power of Pen Publishing: International Grrrl Zines and Distros, by Elke Zobl [from v.26, no.1 (Fall 2004)]

Queens of the Zine Scene: Best Lines, by M.L. Frasier [from v.26, no.4 (Summer 2005)]

A Research Revolution in the Making: Google Books and More as Sources for Women’s History, by Phyllis Holman Weisbard [from v. 28, no.2 (Winter 2007)]

Seek the Roots: An Immersive and Interactive Archive of Black Feminist Practice,” by Alexis Pauline Gumbs [from v.32, no.1(Winter 2011)]


Treasures of the Women’s Movement, by Marianne Boere [from v.22, no.1 (Fall 2000)]

“Why Shop? Week”: Shopping, Service-Learning, and Student Activism, by Kayann Short [from v.20, no.3 (Spring 1999)]

More Information and Articles

For more articles on academy/community connections, go to Feminist Collections‘ archive and search by date for v.20, no.3 (Spring 1999).

For more articles on the use of technology in women’s studies, go to Feminist Collections‘ archive and search for the subject “Information Technology.”

For more zine reviews by M.L. Frasier, go to Feminist Collections‘ archive and search for the subject “Zines.”