Jul. 31st, 2006

deborah: the Library of Congress cataloging numbers for children's literature, technology, and library science (Default)
This is a repost of some thoughts I once put elsewhere which I'm reframing because of recent discussions about women in libraries and technology at Dorothea's and Bess's and Karen's and Rachel's. I'm also posting this because after spending the weekend with multiple generations of Haverford and Bryn Mawr alumni, I got to thinking about computer science education for women.

cut for length (1800 words of frustration) )
deborah: the Library of Congress cataloging numbers for children's literature, technology, and library science (Default)
For an XML class I'm teaching to library and technology staff tomorrow, I've written a tiny XML trading card template. I'm not going over the XSLT and CSS in class -- this is an XML-only class -- but in theory they could be used as teaching tools as well. (They're both non-standard, though; the CSS because of its absolute positioning throughout and the XSLT for its simplicity.)

Anyway, I'm creative commons licensing the files and posting them for anyone else who'd like to use them. Oh, and here's my sample card.

The files.
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