January 4, 2013 § It’s a great day for digital humanities publications. The long awaited (at least by me), Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics (formerly known as Teaching Digital Humanities), edited by Brett Hirsch has now been published.
featured : caring in education In this article Nel Noddings explores the nature of caring relations and encounters in education and some of the difficulties educators have with them. She also looks at caring relations as the foundation for pedagogical activity. featured : social pedagogy The German tradition of social pedagogy has become associated with social work.
Essential Learning Outcomes The LEAP campaign is organized around a robust set of "Essential Learning Outcomes" (pdf) -- all of which are best developed by a contemporary liberal education. Described in College Learning for the New Global Century (pdf), these essential learning outcomes and a set of "Principles of Excellence" (pdf) provide a new framework to guide students' cumulative progress through college.
W hen Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) announced their intention last month to provide free, online education, the world listened. The unveiling of edX , the universities’ joint open-source platform for web-based learning, garnered buzz around the globe.
by Jeff Stibel | 11:00 AM July 16, 2012
Jacqueline A. Gilbert Professor of Management Department of Management & Marketing Jennings A. Jones College of Business Murfreesboro, TN 37130 USA email@example.com Ricardo Flores-Zambada Director Recursos Humanos del Sistema Tecnológico de Monterrey Monterrey, Neuvo Leon MX 64849 firstname.lastname@example.org Introduction Online and hybrid learning environments are relative newcomers to the world of higher education.
Kids driving you nuts, now that school is out? Google announced an online summer camp on Monday, a collaboration with Make magazine that matches teens with maker-movement celebrities through the Google+ social network.