This past Friday, July 20th, the Hybrid Pedagogy#digped discussion on Twitter extended the conversation we began with our crowdsourced article Digital Humanities Made Me a Better Pedagogue. In that article, we explain why we’re organizing a THATCamp Hybrid Pedagogy in order to “tap the disruptive, deformed, insubordinate energy” we see infusing the collaborative praxis of digital pedagogy and the digital humanities. The #digped discussion “Collaborative Teaching, Shared Pedagogies” was motivated by our desire to include the wider Hybrid Pedagogy collective in a conversation about some of the scholarly work informing that piece.
Robin Wharton (@rswharton) is an Editor for Hybrid Pedagogy Publishing, and starting this Fall, she will be a lecturer in English at Georgia State University. Her interdisciplinary work — in digital humanities and pedagogy, critical theory, and medieval studies — considers the complex discursive exchange among literary, academic, and legal modes of cultural production. Her personal web site can be found at www.robinwharton.com.