Tag Archives: digital pedagogy

New Article: Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates

My new essay, Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates: An Overview has just been published in the journal Hybrid Pedagogy. Abstract: “This article provides a brief overview of an assortment of digital humanities projects that can be implemented in primarily undergraduate-focused institutions. Readers should be able to decide on what level they would like to […]

Digital Pedagogy, Play, and Mass Collaboration: A Duke Hybrid Pedagogy Event

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I am excited to announce that I am moderating an event on MOOCs (Massively Open Online Courses) and play in education with Pete Rorabaugh (@allistelling) and Jesse Stommel (@jessifer), editors of the journal Hybrid Pedagogy at the Duke Franklin Humanities Center in November. The event is sponsored by the Duke Greater than Games Lab and […]

Role Playing Games (RPGs) in the Classroom: Fleshspace vs. Digital (A #THATCamp CHNM Session Proposal)

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We are being increasingly encouraged to “gamify” the classroom. Educators such as Cathy N. Davidson (Now You See It) (@cathyndavidson) and Jane McGonigal (Reality is Broken) have suggested that games can help engage students in deeper ways than traditional learning methods. I’d like to discuss how we can best implement Role Playing Games, or RPGs, in […]

A Digital Pedagogy Unconference at #MLA13: Join Us!

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[This has been cross-posted at Brian Croxall’s website.] Brian and I are thrilled to announce that we’ll be holding an “unconference” on digital pedagogy as a preconference workshop for the Modern Language Association Annual Meeting in 2013. What are “Unconferences”? The ten-year old unconference format emerged as a response to weaknesses of the traditional conference […]