DCKX indexes science topics in xkcd
, so that you can use them to illustrate your syllabi, assignments, etc. You may also be interested in xkcd's fulltext search
Some strips contain language and sexual situations which are not appropriate for all classrooms. Please use your judgment.
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This has fallen prey to time and server moves, and there's too much ahead of it in the priority queue to fix right now. Alas.
DCKX is a project by Andromeda Yelton for LIS 419, Subject Analysis, at the Simmons College Graduate School of Library and Information Science
. It has been made possible by:
- Randall Munroe, the author of xkcd, who made this project possible through both his work and his choice to Creative Commons license it;
- the nice folks at the Arlington Heights, MA, Starbucks, who kept me well-supplied with coffee;
- and, of course, my wonderful beta testers, whose feedback improved many aspects of DCKX, and who volunteered their time despite the crush of their own end-of-semester work. Two prefer to remain anonymous; the others are:
Paying it forward:
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