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Imperatives and Alibis: Fascism and the Rhetoric of Educational Innovation

My job often brings me to schools where I talk with teachers and students about technology and innovative pedagogies. Some time ago, approximately at the beginning...
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Temporalizing Pedagogy and Technology: Pressing into the Future

In Being and Time, Martin Heidegger writes with surprising brevity, “Temporality temporalizes as a future which makes present in the process of having been.” While we may...
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The Digital Humanities is About Breaking Stuff

Many have argued that the digital humanities is about building stuff and sharing stuff — that the digital humanities reframes the work we do in the humanities as less consumptive...
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Gnome Neighborhood

Building in the Humanities Isn’t New

“For children can accomplish the renewal of existence in a hundred unfailing ways.” — Walter Benjamin, “Unpacking My Library“ “Turn your data into a story, into...
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Multiple Personality Pedagogy: Varying Voice in the Classroom

As teachers, we sometimes get tired of hearing our own voices. That’s why we show movies, bring in guest speakers, and encourage discussion. Plus, we want...
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Rabbit in the Dark

Decoding Digital Pedagogy, pt. 1: Beyond the LMS

We are not ready to teach online. In a recent conversation with a friend, I found myself puzzled, and a bit troubled, when he expressed confusion...
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Tightrope Monkey

Decoding Digital Pedagogy, pt. 2: (Un)Mapping the Terrain

Digital pedagogy is not a dancing monkey. It won’t do tricks on command. It won’t come obediently when called. Nobody can show us how to do...
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Digital Humanities Made Me a Better Pedagogue: a Crowdsourced Article

Pedagogy is inherently collaborative. Our work as teachers doesn’t (or shouldn’t) happen in a vacuum. In “Hybridity, pt. 3: What Does Hybrid Pedagogy Do?,” Pete and...
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It’s About Class: Interrogating the Digital Divide

I live and work in one of America’s poorest regions, Appalachia — specifically eastern Kentucky. Businesses and municipalities don’t have a strong web presence (if any...
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Teaching in the Digital Tornado

In preparing for the Teaching Naked #digped Twitter discussion on Friday, June 8, I reviewed what felt like a massive number of possible topics, discussable literature, and the...
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The Four Noble Virtues of Digital Media Citation

In digital space, everything we do is networked. Real thinking doesn’t (and can’t) happen in a vacuum. Our teaching practices and scholarship don’t just burst forth...
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The Dark Knight Vs. The Ivory Tower

An all-too standard lament these days is that teachers have been slow to adapt to students’ new modes of learning. This disjunction persists because so many...
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We Are All Made of Web Sites

Revealing the strange and wondrous power of digital publishing, the following unsolicited piece was written in response to an article published earlier today, submitted by the author (from...
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Crowdsourcing a Curriculum, pt. 3: Degree Requirements

This is the third in a series of articles that works to get feedback on the program I’m directing and helping to develop at Marylhurst University in Portland,...
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Crowdsourcing a Curriculum, pt. 2: Design Principles

This is the second in a series of articles that works to get feedback on the program I’m directing and helping to develop at Marylhurst University in Portland,...
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Crowdsourcing a Curriculum, pt. 1: Program Name

This is the first in a series of articles. Click here for part two on design principles. Click here for part three on the degree requirements. Over the next few weeks,...
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In Search of the "Peer" in Peer Review

In this article for the Guardian, George Monbiot calls academic publishing “economic parasitism” and academic publishers “monopolists,” which brings up a broader discussion about the purpose...
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