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Featured Group: Teaching Remotely

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The Teaching Remotely group provides a space for MLA members to build collective resources, share experiences with one another, and ask questions. Open to all MLA members, sign in to MLA Commons (or register, if you don't already have a Commons account) to join the group. Here are some ways to participate:

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Featured Site: Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities

Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments

The peer-reviewed, open access Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities, edited by Rebecca Frost Davis, Matthew K. Gold, Katherine D. Harris, and Jentery Sayers and published by the MLA, is a collection of reusable and remixable resources for teaching and research. Organized by keyword, the annotated artifacts can be saved in collections for future reference or sharing. It won a 2020 DH Award in the special category "Best DH Response to COVID-19."

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