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Public Archives, New Knowledge, and Moving Beyond the Digital Humanities/Digital Pedagogy Distinction

Let’s stop talking about “students” as some undifferentiated mass or referring to “my students,” a phrase that smacks of proprietorship, and start giving them credit by...
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Can You Murder a Novel? Part 4: Realism and Closure in the Mystery Novel

After including the Generative Literature Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of...
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Building Castles in the Air: Critical Digital Pedagogy and the Pursuit of Praxis

“Do not worry if you have built your castles in the air. They are where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” ~ Henry...
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#GenLit as #Netprov

Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing is our experiment in longer-form work related to critical digital pedagogy. For the past year and a half, Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing has been...
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Can You Murder a Novel, Part 3

After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a...
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Working in/at Public

Digital Pedagogy Lab held its first institute from August 10-14, 2015 in Madison, Wisconsin. Hybrid Pedagogy sponsored two Fellows to the Institute: Robin DeRosa and Stephen Barnard....
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Creating Mike Sterling for the #GenLit Project

Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing is our experiment in longer-form work related to critical digital pedagogy. For the past year and a half, Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing has been...
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Can You Murder a Novel? Part 2

After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a...
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Exploring Innovation

The 21st-century faculty member is faced with a challenging task.  Content must be relevant, experiential, and engaging for the 21st-century learner.  As such, this places an...
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Perspectives from the #GenLit Classroom: A Professor and Student Converse

Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing is our experiment in longer-form work related to critical, digital pedagogy. For the past year and a half, Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing has been providing...
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Teaching with the Internet; or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Google In My Classroom

This piece is being published to coincide in real time with Adeline Koh’s keynote at Illiads 2015.  On a walk last week, my husband asked me...
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On Labor, Learning Conditions, and Affordable Education

The serpentine struggle to make a living wage as an adjunct in academe is far from over, and higher education is losing world-class instructors and original...
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Can you Murder a Novel? Part 1

After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a...
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On Social Media, Silence, and Things That Matter

This piece first appeared on Educating Modern Learners. I want to talk about Ferguson. We need to keep talking about Ferguson because if these past 12-24...
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Effective Teaching Remix: Answering the Call for Digital Literacy

I am a big fan of those educators who have learned that you can use these tools, together with critical thinking, as a means of empowering...
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What is Generative Literature? Introducing “The Generative Literature Project”

Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing is our experiment in longer-form work related to critical, digital pedagogy. For the past year and a half, Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing has been...
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Teaching Digital Wisdom

Eliciting both passion and bloviating, the topic of appropriate technology use in the college classroom is sure to spark lively conversation among college instructors. While more...
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A Careful Approach to Digital Scholarship

The Twitter format lends itself to excitement, leaping out, connecting with people over content, not into content, and offers opportunities for people to make what they...
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Social Media, Service, and the Perils of Scholarly Affect

I am not a scholar, at least not in the traditional sense. Almost 5 years ago, I wrote How Highered Makes Most Things Meaningless. It also...
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Upholding the Hidden

Our choice of words is never value-free. Language runs deep in us — setting the perspective of our daily lives and prevailing attitudes. In educational environments,...
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Why Open Educational Resources (OERs) are Important for Critical Pedagogues

Few things annoy me more than burning time on bureaucratic paperwork. Frankly, as an educator, my time and attention should be centered on students and learning...
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Writing the Unreadable Untext: a Collaborative Autoethnography of #rhizo14

In January, 2014, we participated in the MOOC Rhizomatic Learning: The community is the curriculum (#rhizo14) facilitated by Dave Cormier. A group of us decided to...
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Decolonizing Critical Participation and Writing: A Year of Open Access Publishing on the Margins

We have an immense amount of power, if we reach out and harness it. This is not just some new age abstraction. To be specific: anyone...
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The Pedagogy of Trolls

Andrew Shaw’s “The College Experience: A Modern-Day Paddy West?” demonstrates the value of asking undergraduates to prepare and publish assignments. As an historian of the early...
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Insoumis.

In Submission. 22nd May 2015 In January 2014 I signed up to study on Dave Cormier’s Rhizomatic Learning Course, known often by those in a know...
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