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Digital Humanities Awards | Recognising Excellence in Digital Humanities

Yay? RT @nowviskie: Now open for business: grassroots Digital Humanities Awards: http://t.co/i264raca Nominations open through Jan 11th

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A list of stuff we're reading and thinking about re: Hybrid Pedagogy, Digital Pedagogy, and Critical Pedagogy. www.hybridpedagogy.com
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What is Good Writing?: A Meditation on Breaking Rules and Grammar Pedagogy

What is Good Writing?: A Meditation on Breaking Rules and Grammar Pedagogy | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
From all the jails the Boys and Girls Ecstatically leap— Beloved only Afternoon That Prison doesn’t keep They storm the Earth and stun the Air, A Mob of solid Bliss— Alas—that Frowns should lie in ...
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Discovering Natural Classrooms: Hybrid Collective Learning Spaces - Hybrid Pedagogy

Discovering Natural Classrooms: Hybrid Collective Learning Spaces - Hybrid Pedagogy | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
I challenge you to discover the natural classrooms of the world. Do not limit yourself, your pedagogy, or your methodology to a single place or process.
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Zombie Pedagogies: Embodied Learning in the Digital Age

Video Preview: http://bit.ly/digitalhuman There is no one pedagogical strategy that works for all students and teachers or in all situations. The space of the …
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Is It Okay to be a Luddite?

Is It Okay to be a Luddite? | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

by Sean Michael Morris and Jesse Stommel

 

I feel a pinch as I approach the screen once more. A twinge, just the littlest bite of remorse. Sometimes, it’s sizeable, the feeling I have that I want the...

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Academic Bad Faith

Academic Bad Faith | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

"We assume that because we are in academia, we must somehow be in a golden realm where no one ever does anything racist, sexist, homophobic or ableist, because we have so much learning we must be above these things. This is academic bad faith." ~ Adeline Koh

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The Decay of the Digital Human on Vimeo

"The entire educational system is undergoing a swift and certain decay. A post-apocalyptic vision of the humanities. With Cyborgs. Flesh. Dystopia. Utopia. And Emily Dickinson. In brief, the digital humanities needs more generosity and also more follicle mites."

 
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E-mail Pedagogy and the Cascade Effect

E-mail Pedagogy and the Cascade Effect | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Virtual channels like e-mail can be our voice in an online classroom. They’re one important way we have direct interactions with students. When we go silent on these channels, it’s like staring in ...
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I'd never thought about many of these ideas until now, but it all makes a lot of sense.

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To read or not to read... is that the right question?

by Maha Bali

 

I often hear teachers complaining that students don’t do the assigned readings and students complaining about the length, quantity, and difficulty of readings assigned to them. Even more often, I hear people talking about how Egypt is an oral culture and how rare it is to find young people who read for pleasure.

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what counts as academic influence online? | the theoryblog

what counts as academic influence online? | the theoryblog | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

Sometimes, when I get up in front of fellow educators and academics and say I study scholarship and…Twitter, I end up feeling like I’m doing stand-up comedy. Really? Twitter? say people’s eyebrows. I am becoming a great student of arched eyebrows.

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Beneath the Cobblestones... A Domain of One's Own

Beneath the Cobblestones... A Domain of One's Own | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

by Audrey Watters

 

"I am on record — several times in several places — calling “Domain of One’s Own” one of the most important and innovative initiatives in ed-tech today. The responses I get to such an assertion are always revealing."

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Instructional Design vs. Online Pedagogy

Instructional Design vs. Online Pedagogy | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
A colleague recently asked me about the difference between instructional design and online pedagogy. We’d been in conversation about learning, and I blithely remarked that these two fields had impo...
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#NetNonNeutral – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

#NetNonNeutral – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

"The Internet’s potential to create important political change has been one of the most pressing news topics over the past five years. Its relative openness has proved instrumental to recent social revolutions, such as the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall Street. A big factor in this is the principle of “Net Neutrality,” which holds that all data on the Internet should be treated equally by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and governments, meaning that certain websites and services should not be privileged over others. However, this principle is being threatened."

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Asynchronous Improvisation

When I was a grad student teaching creative writing I used to walk a mile-and-a-half to class. My walk was valuable time for me to think about my lesson plan, and to tune in—in that psychic way tha...
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An Elementary Class Studied 600 LEGO Sets, What They Found Has Gotten LEGO’s Attention

An Elementary Class Studied 600 LEGO Sets, What They Found Has Gotten LEGO’s Attention | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Check out the HRC Blog for the latest news and actions in the LGBT community.
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Massive Learning, Massive Play: Constructing Identity and Community t…

A presentation from Jesse Stommel (@jessifer), Sean Michael Morris (@slamteacher), and (@adamheid). In MMOGs 3D graphics-rendered avatars construct the player …
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Digitally Demonstrating Good [Digital] Writing

Digitally Demonstrating Good [Digital] Writing | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Last year, I briefly discussed how to create digital portfolios using Google Docs. I explained how to create them, but spent little time on why our students should create them. Yet understanding th...
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The plight of one adjunct, and many

The plight of one adjunct, and many | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

I hadn’t intended to write one of these letters...

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The Postapocalyptic Humanities

The Postapocalyptic Humanities | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it

The entire educational system is undergoing a swift and certain decay.

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Breaking up with email | Kris Shaffer

--> Breaking up with email Oct 7th, 2013 | Comments I need to break up with email. Things just aren’t working out. Email is whiny, high- …
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Hightower Lowdown | Lessons from corporatized college: Even PhDs are being squeezed out of the middle class

Hightower Lowdown | Lessons from corporatized college: Even PhDs are being squeezed out of the middle class | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
Working. Poor. In our US of A, those words ought never be juxtaposed. The very concept of paying poverty wages in the richest nation in the history of the planet is an abomination--a mark of societal failure. Yet, not only have millions of our people been
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Understanding and learning outcomes

Understanding and learning outcomes | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
I trust we can see what's happening in this illustration, which comes from a manuscript written in the early 1500s in Europe. This is obviously a problem of considerably long standing for our speci...
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Net Neutrality Links Library

Net Neutrality Links Library | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
This post is designed to give people coming into the Net Neutrality fight late a resource to help explain the issue. There are videos, articles, explainers, and more to help make a complicated thing...
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Global Classrooms, Local Action: An NPO Learns from a MOOC

Nonprofit organizations are no strangers to professional development opportunities. In just over six months, I have attended a variety of community meetings, trainings, seminars, and even a confere...
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We’re About to Lose Net Neutrality — And the Internet as We Know It | Opinion | WIRED

We’re About to Lose Net Neutrality — And the Internet as We Know It | Opinion | WIRED | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
The implications of such a decision would be profound. Web and mobile companies will live or die not on the merits of their technology and design, but on the deals they can strike with AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, and others who could otherwise 'shakedown' startups and established companies in every sector, requiring payment for reliable service.
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The Beautiful Versatility of Hyperlinks

The Beautiful Versatility of Hyperlinks | Hybrid Pedagogy Reading List | Scoop.it
You undoubtedly used a hyperlink to get to this post. You’re so used to them that the instinct to click or tap on blue, underlined text can probably drive you to distraction. Students work the same...
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