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In this video, Dr. Robert Williamson, Jr. (@rwilliamsonjr) of Hendrix College talks about how he teaches with Twitter. The video was created from a Google Hangout, Social Media in the Classroom: Extending the Learning Community,… Read More »Video: Teaching with Twitter – Pedagogy & Practice
Computer-assisted scholarship in the humanities dates back decades. In the past five years, though, the kinds of work collectively known as the digital humanities have taken on fresh luster. Observers have called this technology-inflected research “the next big thing.”
Beyond the headlines and hoopla, digital scholarship has begun to work its way into the academic ecosystem. In the following collection of articles, read more about how the digital humanities play now in the undergraduate classroom, whether they pay off in tenure and promotion, and what it takes to create a work of digital scholarship that will last.
Dr. Robert Williamson Jr. shares resources he found helpful in developing his own pedagogy of Twitter.
Written by Mark Sample and published by Profhacker.
Science Daily reports on new research from Harvard’s Daniel Schacter, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Psychology, and Karl Szpunar, a postdoctoral fellow in psychology, which examines how students learn online and compete with distractions.… Read More »Psychologists Research Online Learning
Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics is a freely available title published by OpenBooks. The free version is available online and for about $8.00, you may purchase a downloadable version. Of course, bound copies… Read More »Resource: Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics