Online Learning in the Humanities
IH is soliciting original research and reflective articles on the use of technology for teaching Humanities.
The editors are open to all aspects and issues related to the use of technology for teaching Humanities especially online instruction in Humanities, especially studies of a data driven nature whether based in either a quantitative or a qualitative methodology. We encourage reflective, integrative evaluations or essays that challenge current practices and expectations and encourage experimentation in novel approaches to humanities teaching and learning. Attention will also be given to articles that review former experiences or provide case studies that illustrate multidisciplinary approaches such as the use of technologically enhanced instructional models in study abroad courses.
The goal of this project is to explore the growing use of technology in the field of Humanities and to assess the impact of technology and online instruction upon the levels of learning among students in the Humanities.
Send queries and submissions to Mary Ann Koory at (firstname.lastname@example.org), Stephen Husarik, University of Arkansas--Fort Smith (email@example.com), or Ronald Weber at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
*Please note: The Humanities Education and Research Association, Interdisciplinary Humanities' parent organization, requires that authors become members of HERA if their essays are accepted for publication. Information on membership may be found at http://www.h-e-r-a.org/hera_join.htm.