In a fit of productivity (and perhaps mania), I decided the other day to expand the online, digital footprint of the courses that I teach. To that end, I have created a clearinghouse website called the Devenney Teaching Hub, which will serve as an open access, one stop shopping location for all the materials, resources, and so on I use in my courses.
In other words, I built a mega course website/archive for all my classes going forward that should allow me (almost entirely) to ditch Blackboard, an education CMS from a 1990s version of web hell. Ask me again in six months if I still think this is a good idea. Obviously the site is still under construction of sorts, so more stuff will appear as the summer progresses.
The design of the site is a nice, minimalist WordPress theme called zBench, while the site layout/architecture is a combination of ideas I ganked/borrowed/incorporated/expropriated from Ethan Watrall at Michigan State University and Brad King at Ball State University. Thanks dudes.