This page is a quick reference for all course readings, some hosted locally, most linked externally. If you discover a broken link, please notify me immediately.
Davidson, "Project Classroom Makeover," Now You See It
Stokes, "What Online Learning Can Teach Us about Higher Education," Reinventing Higher Education: The Promise of Innovation
Freeman, "This is Your Brain on Email," The Tyranny of Email
Persell, "Digital Technologies and Competing Models of Higher Education," The McDonaldization of Higher Education
Hayes and Jandric, "Who is Really in Charge of Contemporary Education?"
Losh and Jenkins, "Can public education coexist with participatory culture?"
Tapscott, Grown Up Digital (hard copy only, no link)
Breslow, Pritchard, et. al, "Studying learning in the worldwide classroom research into edX's first MOOC"
Shantakumari and Sajith, "Blended Learning: The Student Viewpoint"
Mahony and Pierazzo, "Teaching Skills or Teaching Methodology?" Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Clement, "ultiliteracies in the Undergraduate Digital Humanities Curriculum: Skills, Principles, and Habits of Mind," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Wosh, Hajo and Katz, "Teaching Digital Skills in an Archives and Public History Curriculum," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Johanson, Sullivan, Reiff et al. "Teaching Digital Humanities through Digital Cultural Mapping," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Sternfeld, "Pedagogical Principles of Digital Historiography," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Kuhn and Callahan, "Nomadic Archives: Remix and the Drift to Praxis," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Bjork, "Digital Humanities and the First-Year Writing Course,"" Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Sinclair and Rockwell, "Teaching Computer-Assisted Text Analysis: Approaches to Learning New Methodologies," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Kill, "Teaching Digital Rhetoric: Wikipedia, Collaboration, and the Politics of Free Knowledge," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Balthazar and Davis, "Infrastructure and Pedagogy: An Ecological Portoflio"
Clark and Hergenrader, Creative Writing in the Digital Age (hard copy only, no link)
NO CLASS: Matt Lavin will be out of town 11/2-11/4
MODEST SUGGESTION: This could be a great week to work on your 20 hours
Glass, Meyer, and Rose, "Universal Design for Learning and the Arts"
Ramsay, "Programming with Humanists: Reflections on Raising an Army of Hacker-Scholars in the Digital Humanities," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Lesson plans discussion/workshop
Saklofske, Clements, and Cunningham, "They Have Come, Why Won’t We Build It? On the Digital Future of the Humanities," Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Spiro, "Opening up Digital Humanities Education, Digital Humanities Pedagogy