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Teaching in Our Right Minds: Critical Digital Pedagogy and the Response to the New

Digital Pedagogy Lab will be hosting a second international institute at the University of Prince Edward Island from July 15-18, 2016, welcoming participants from across North...
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Fountain: Scholarship and the Illusion of Permanence

This is an experimental publication combining video and text. It was created in response to a call for papers seeking a “meta-level consideration of what ‘counts’...
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From Under the Volcano

Endings are difficult and painful: The lava of new beginnings flows under the hard, hollow shell of habit, threatening to burst out and create new forms....
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Notes Toward a Values-Driven Framework for Digital Humanities Pedagogy

There was a definite buzz in the room on an otherwise ordinary Friday morning. Faculty, administrators, librarians, and educational technologists had gathered to hear future plans...
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The Purpose of Online Discussion

Are online discussions really discussions? I’ve been wondering this since I started teaching online. Many of my students, friends, and colleagues get a sour look on...
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Welding and the Meaning of Life

I find myself angry a lot lately, frequently at the charges of irrelevance leveled against my discipline of philosophy and liberal arts in general. These charges...
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Whither the Digital Humanities?

The Digital Humanities (DH) can be viewed in two ways: as emerging and as emergent. Emerging: Over the last two decades, as it grew from humanities...
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Teaching as Troubleshooting: What I Learned About Digital Pedagogy Behind the Wheel of a Beet Truck

4:13AM. Sunrise was still hours away. My hands throttled the oversized steering wheel in front of me. My gaze was fixed out on the dark road...
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The Victorian MOOC

It is 1873. Something unique is about to happen. A steam-train gathers speed in the background. Carriages on cobbled streets. In a dark room children sleep....
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Plagiarism is Dead; Long Live the Retweet: Unpacking an Identity Crisis in Digital Content

“What oft was thought but ne’er so well express’d” Alexander Pope’s eighteenth century advice to writers — now known as content producers — has a new...
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Creating An Empowering School Environment

If high school teachers and students are allowed the freedom to make use of social media for teaching and learning, will the school culture benefit?  What...
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How Long Will Your Class Remain Yours? Academic Freedom and Control of the Classroom

The late labor historian David Montgomery wrote famously about workers’ control in America during the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. “At times the story involved little more...
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Interactive Criticism and the Embodied Digital Humanities

“The tenacity of / writing’s thickness, like the body’s / flesh, is / ineradicable, yet mortal” (87). ~ Charles Bernstein, “Artifice of Absorption” Critical analysis is...
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Hybrid Pedagogy’s 2015 List of Lists

Three consecutive years is enough to establish a tradition, right? In what has thereby become a tradition, Hybrid Pedagogy will “go dark” for about a month as many...
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On Beauty and Classroom Teaching

The “crisis in the humanities,” whether unprecedented and dire or perpetual and overblown, plays out as a controversy over how long people like me will have...
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Redefining Service for the Digital Academic: Scholarship, Social Media, and Silos

I appreciate the agility available to the digital academic, but there is something a bit fun-house about all of this to me.  Every day as part...
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Learning as Weaving

As educators, we want to teach in ways that support our students to be the best that they can be. We yearn for the lightbulb moment....
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Addressing Ageism in the 21st Century Classroom

“It makes no more sense to wish for age than to fear it.” – Gloria Steinem When I entered my Introduction to Women’s Studies class in...
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Textual Communities: Writing, Editing, and Generation in Chicana Feminism

When I first proposed the research title “Editing Chicanas,” one of my mentors, Alice Gambrell, commented that it was a good title, partly because it prompted...
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The Resident Web and Its Impact on the Academy

Introduction Today scholars walk a difficult line when choosing how much time to spend gaining traction within their institutions or growing a reputation online. In many...
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Turned On: On the Impossibility of Queer (and) Composition

And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche When, exactly, do we...
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Situating Makerspaces in Schools

America’s obsession with STEM is dangerous, Fareed Zakaria warns us, and our hunch is that most readers of Hybrid Pedagogy would tend to agree. We, Colin...
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Rationalizing Sisyphus

The words of one of the bleakest authors on the human condition adorn coffee mugs and motivational posters, his hopelessness twisted into inspiration for those on...
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Critical Nostalgia: Pastoral and Technology in the Classroom

The other day, a first-grader whom I tutor in reading explained to me his understanding of a dictionary, which he was just learning to use: “It’s...
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Peeking Under the Rug: Build a “Candid” Teaching Portfolio

Teaching is hard. Teaching well is really hard. This paraphrase of Jeff Daniels’ reflection on the difficulties of writing is not an adage, but it should...
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