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DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly: Introduction Volume 11 Number 3
special issue.

> This article serves as the introduction to DHQ's Special Issue, "Imagining the DH Undergraduate: Special Issue in Undergraduate Education in DH." Co-editors Emily Christina Murphy and Shannon R. Smith introduce the issue–its signficance, theoretical underpinnings, structure, articles, and case studies. The special issue is organized into four thematic clusters: 1) program models; 2) disciplinarity and DH pedagogy; 3) tool development; and 4) professional concerns.
DH  pedagogy  undergrad 
october 2017 by mcmorgan
The tools don't get you the job
An argument that goes behind open source. Teach theory and the tools will find their own way. "Education is not meant to structure itself to the expectations of people seeking education." And "And maybe even sadder is that instead of teaching the students to be independent, to think about things in a different way, we educators are teaching people to fail. We are teaching up-and-comers that if something stands in your way, the correct response is to either throw money at it, and if you haven't got the money, then either get out or surrender, but do not under any circumstance deviate from the established course that the ads have proscribed"
pedagogy  ed_reform  fedwiki  opened  opensource 
june 2015 by mcmorgan
Learning is Not a Mechanism
"One of the problems with learning management system gradebooks, often mapped to rubrics and outcomes (which have run equally rampant of late), is that they assume students (and their experiences) are interchangeable. And they assume the same of teachers"
de  pedagogy  mooc  lms 
april 2015 by mcmorgan
Grades Fail Student Engagement with Learning | the becoming radical
Gaming the grade book and other study techniques leads to de-grading strategies. Minimal requirements, artifacts, no 0s.
grading  a&e  de  fyc  pedagogy  testing 
march 2015 by mcmorgan
Open Pedagogy: The Importance of Getting In the Air
“Open pedagogy” is the universe of teaching and learning practices that are possible when you adopt OER but are impossible when you adopt traditionally copyrighted materials. Earlier than infancy, this field is still embryonic in its development. This is largely due to the fact that copyright is so universal in its overreaching that it has become ubiquitous, pervasive, ambient. The restrictions of copyright shackle and direct our behavior as invisibly but constantly as the proverbial water the proverbial fish is incapable of seeing. As I’ve written before:
Oer  fedwiki  pedagogy  cc  copyright 
march 2015 by mcmorgan
Harmonizing Learning and Education -e-Literate
large OV in response to Cormier, Downes, et al concerning active learning, course design, lib Ed. The title says it all, but here's some more: "This is partly a workplace argument. It’s an economic value argument. It’s a public good argument. If Dave is right, then people who care about learning are going to be better at just about any job you throw at them than people who don’t. This is a critical argument in favor of public funding of a liberal arts education, personalized in the old-fashioned sense of having-to-do-with-individual-persons, that much of academia has ceded for no good reason I can think of. The sticky wicket, though, is accountability which, as Dave points out, is the main reason we have a schism between learning and education in the first place
pedagogy  assessment  coursedesign  culture 
january 2015 by mcmorgan
Reading Effectively – Words in Space
advice and strategies for reading theory, and a framework for designing PLEs.
dh  litcrit  pedagogy  notetaking  ple 
december 2014 by mcmorgan
Learning Design Patterns as an Alternative Model of Course Design
Mike brings Alexander's design patterns into play for course design. Light in two rooms, and place structures to create spaces to congregate.
pedagogy  design  learning  patterns  architecture 
september 2014 by mcmorgan
Beyond the LMS
Yet another reason - or set of reasons - not to use d2l. "After all, at the end of each class, students would lose access to the materials — could lose, I suppose. there are some administrative controls to extend it. Anything they’d written in the forums, for example, any interactions they’d had through the messaging system: gone. And when I left the university, I lost access to all the materials that I’d posted there. My syllabi, my handouts, the rosters of my students. Gone."
dh  pedagogy  d2l  lms  ple 
september 2014 by mcmorgan
Beyond institutions - personal learning in a networked world
In this presentation I look at the needs and demands of people seeking learning with the models and designs offered by traditional institutions, and in the spirit of reclaiming learning describe a new ...
DH  PLE  pedagogy  DE 
july 2014 by mcmorgan
Flipped learning skepticism: Do students want to have lectures?
The post is good - but the comments even better - both clarifying some of the points of the model and defending the traditional way of doing it.
flippedlearning  de  pedagogy 
june 2014 by mcmorgan
Testing, Lists, the Loss of Knowledge and the Development of the Perpetual Present
Lists don't have to be reductive, (a list of 1001 solutions to poverty would not be reductive), and I wonder if it's the list itself that irks or the net genre of the list. Still, one for consideration.
pedagogy  epistemology  lists  notetaking 
may 2014 by mcmorgan
The Phenomenology of Participation: Derrida and the Future of Pedagogy
example of how interfaces shape learning. " Google docs, for example, can be thought of as merely a technological innovation that enables collaborative notetaking. But the programming structure of Google docs closely resembles Clay Shirky’s articulation in Here Comes Everybody of how collective action invokes subjectivity by tying one person’s identity to the identity of the group and making a decision of a group binding on all individual members (51). A collaboratively constructed Google document creates a site of authoring — and self-authoring — that materially represents the multiplicity of subjectivity. Unlike “group work” (where students simply divide the workload of a project into discrete, individual tasks), the collaborative production of participatory pedagogy derives from a shared responsibility, vision, decision-making, and creation that cannot be divided."
pedagogy  interface  DH  networkTheory 
may 2014 by mcmorgan
The limits of the digital humanities, by Adam Kirsch | New Republic
The New Republic trots out the old standards. Gotta love it when the old is the measure of the new. We've been here before.
dh  pedagogy 
may 2014 by mcmorgan
Texting, Twitter, and the Student 2.0 - TECHStyle
Classroom as rhetorical ecosystem, with students embedded as part of the situation. Ambience. "Consider ... the tangible violence technology has wrought upon grammar" and then tweet your own 140 character essay. An exercise in composition.
ambient_awareness  ambience  pedagogy 
april 2014 by mcmorgan
Online Learning: a Manifesto - JESSE STOMMEL Hybrid Pedagogy
Maybe less a manifesto and more an "outline a pedagogy of online learning – not best practices, but points of departure to encourage a diversity of pedagogies." in a list
DE  pedagogy 
april 2014 by mcmorgan
The Two Cultures of Educational Reform - Stanley Fish
Fish weighs in on evaluation kulture, with "Not only is there no right answer when the subject is Melville, there’s no right question, just the undesigned and often circuitous process of turning the object of your attention this way and that way until something arresting emerges, and then you do it again, without the programmed prompting of any deus ex machina. How can you measure or preplan that? You can’t, and so much the worse for Melville, who will just have to be left behind, along with a great deal else that belongs to the culture of art and intuition." Actually, the piece is gracious in critique - exemplar
fyc  assessment  DH  pedagogy 
august 2013 by mcmorgan
A pedagogy of abundance or a pedagogy to support human beings? Participant support on massive open online courses | Kop | The International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning
how emergent technologies might influence the design of the learning environment and in particular the roles of educators and learners in creating learning experiences on online networked learning environments. It will do this through the lens of a case study of massive open online courses.
cmoo  pedagogy 
july 2013 by mcmorgan
Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics - Open Book Publishers
Pdf book

" Digital Humanities Pedagogy is a compelling and important collection of work on different aspects of pedagogy in the digital humanities, raising an extremely timely set of questions for instructors, advisors, and administrators alike.
erhetoric  pedagogy  DH 
january 2013 by mcmorgan
E-Learning: Going down to the crossroads. Track 2: Same as it ever was: Pedagogical slippage in MOOCs and other top 40 hits | Peter Bryant
my kind of pedagogical-social crit. "Perhaps this is a consequence of the lag between research and practice, but arguably, taking MOOCs as an example, the learner is not asked to think critically about the platform or the way it’s used, they are numbers plucked out of the air, hurled around as labels to argue whose MOOC is biggest and then dismissed as drop-outs and failures, as the attritions rates are so high from most MOOC offerings."
mooc  ple  pedagogy 
august 2012 by mcmorgan
The MOOC debate
g attwood presents an overview of the current exchange concerning cMOOCs and xMOOCs.
mooc  ple  xmooc  pedagogy 
august 2012 by mcmorgan
Solitude and Leadership - William Deresiewicz
Second half of the lecture: claims about concentration rather than multitasking - w/o support.
multitasking  pedagogy 
april 2012 by mcmorgan
Teaching with Technology: Numbers
Numbers from Bedford/StM surveys on use of digital pedagogies 2004-2010. Use is still low; 2 years tend to use tech to lighten their admin load rather than teach with. Use the article in #CompTheory fall.
CompTheory  survey  digital_literacy  digital_pedagogy  pedagogy 
may 2011 by mcmorgan
EPIC FAIL: the sorry state of web education in schools |
via tech_rhet. Move away from teaching and using proprietary software - from Word to Dreamweaver - and start incorporating open source and web-based stuff - the kind of stuff that students can use to get beyond the proprietary. Excellent little article, but I wonder what took them so long to figure this out. Academia doesn't move as slowly as all that. Been doing this, and wrestling with it, for years. Might want to read this in conjunction with TBL's Long Live the Web.
ple  pedagogy  webdesign  wcw  berners-lee  plenk2010# 
november 2010 by mcmorgan
SAMPLE REALITY · Pedagogy and the Class Blog
About evaluating blog posts. Offers a rubric, similar to mine on weblogs and wikis, as well as a mid-term reflective post, again similar to my mid-term reflection.
twwt  blogd  blogging  pedagogy  evaluation 
june 2010 by mcmorgan
Rethinking e-Portfolios
And of course, we still have to solve that issue of control and ownership. And as John says, students pick up what is intended. If we continue to adhere to an acquisition model of learning, it will be hard to persuade students to develop reflective e-Portfolios.
efolios  pedagogy  ple 
march 2010 by mcmorgan
eLearn: Feature Article - E-learning 2.0
Starts to move elearning away from learning objects and modules and towards PLEs
PLE  learningobjects  learning2.0  pedagogy  teaching  e-learning 
march 2010 by mcmorgan
Writing Spaces | Readings on Writing
Writing wants to be free. A significant project, but the anti-wiki spin isn't really necessary: "An Alternative to Wiki Textbooks. Some teachers might have thought about participating in other open access textbook projects like Wikibooks, but have not for fear that such work would go unrewarded in tenure and promotion. Writing Spaces' individually authored texts and more traditional proposal and peer review process gives you a line on your CV with direct publication credit for your work.An Alternative to Wiki Textbooks

Some teachers might have thought about participating in other open access textbook projects like Wikibooks, but have not for fear that such work would go unrewarded in tenure and promotion. Writing Spaces' individually authored texts and more traditional proposal and peer review process gives you a line on your CV with direct publication credit for your work." Seems the project is heavily embedded in traditional writing spaces.
publishing  writing  wikibooks  pedagogy  literature  book 
october 2009 by mcmorgan
Ed/ITLib Digital Library → Home
Check periodically for seminars and publications.
academic  research  journal  elearning  pedagogy  journals  papers 
july 2009 by mcmorgan
Wiki Pedaggical Potential: Dossiers technopédagogiques
A recent re-covering of mainstream ideas, but more than enough to get a fresh take on wikis.
wiki  pedagogy  teaching  social_learning 
june 2009 by mcmorgan
blogs! tools for teaching - Annette Vee
UW Madison. I seek to provide teachers with a systematic survey of the anecdotal information out there on blogs (no formal studies have been published on blogs in teaching, to my knowledge) so that they can implement them in their own teaching.
blogs  blogging  pedagogy  twwt 
august 2008 by mcmorgan
bloggingDRAFT.pdf (application/pdf Object)
Statement from the CCCC Blogging / Social Software SIG. Some general principles and resources.
blogging  pedagogy  twwt 
august 2008 by mcmorgan
The Salt-Box :: Wikified class notes
Suggestions on how to have students use wiki to create and refine class notes. Nice to see it here. I've been doing it in CWII for a year or two now.
wikis  teaching  pedagogy 
march 2008 by mcmorgan
Twitter for Academia - suggestions
Using Twitter to create community in the classroom
academic  twitter  twwt  teaching  microblogging  web2.0  pedagogy 
january 2008 by mcmorgan

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