A group for thinking about, discussing, hacking, and experimenting w/ digital pedagogy, digital tools, hybrid pedagogy, online learning, and open education.
A group for thinking about the intersections of critical pedagogy and digital pedagogy. Centered around topics explored in Hybrid Pedagogy: an online journal of teaching and technology.
We share effective writing pedagogies, explore what’s worked, refine what’s in-process, and theorize new turns (often from within bigger, more complexly challenging turns). Our focus is on teaching, and our goal is to support teachers, students, and scholars. We hope to be especially valuable as curators, identifying and radiating our sense of how pedagogies are […]
437. Pedagogy and Digital Editions Saturday, 10 January, 8:30–9:45 a.m., 215, VCC West Program arranged by the MLA Committee on Scholarly Editions Presiding: Jesús Rodríguez-Velasco, Columbia Univ. Speakers: Julia Bninski, Loyola Univ., Chicago; Harold Henry Hellwig, Idaho State Univ.; Kathleen Ogden, Univ. of Toronto; Leah Reade Rosenberg, Univ. of Florida; Brandon Walsh, Univ. of Virginia […]
Teaching Modernist Genres (MSA2014 Roundtable). A collection of participants’ teaching materials.
Dear all, We are excited to announce that Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities, edited by Rebecca Frost Davis, Matthew K. Gold, Katherine D. Harris, and Jentery Sayers, is now open for peer review on MLA Commons. We would particularly value the input of members of this forum, so please take a look at this first batch of […]
Dear Colleagues, I have been nominated to stand for election to the executive committee of the Writing Pedagogies forum, so I wanted to tell you a bit about myself and my commitments. In my scholarship over the years, I have argued that we teachers of writing need to debunk common dispositions and practices around writing […]
Panel for the Latin American Studies Association, XXXIV International Congress New York City, May 27-30, 2016 Title of panel: Disability Studies Pedagogies and the Global South In celebration of its 50th anniversary, LASA is organizing its annual congress around broad themes of the “evolution of Latin American studies,” the “challenges of creating a more participatory, […]