Cyber Pedagogy and the Digital Archive
As many as half of traditional undergraduate students will take an online class in their academic career before graduation. Conversations in the humanities regarding online learning typically address the challenges facing educators in transforming their face to face techniques into an online environment. This panel would seek to gather scholars who are have been leading the conversation in their home institutions about how to leverage digital learning environments to implement their best cyber pedagogy strategies. In particular, this panel asks that these scholars think of the ways that the digital archive, in its many iterations, influences and impacts virtual learning environment. This session will request proposals that show top cyber pedagogy strategies that also transform how we read and experience literature.
Scholars who are leading the conversation about online learning in their home departments and institutions are invited to submit proposals that discuss how the digital archive and effective practices in cyber pedagogy are transforming the quality of online education. This session will highlight top cyber pedagogy strategies that also transform how we read and experience literature. Submit 250 word abstracts and a brief bio or link to CV.
Go to https://www.cfplist.com/nemla/Home/S/15984 to submit an abstract - deadline is Monday, October 5.