Teaching to the Network: Public Pedagogy across Institutional Barriers
NOTE: The times listed are in EASTERN TIME.
How can academics use free and open-source community platforms to create rich educational experiences for their students that reach across institutions and spaces? How can students from a range of levels collaborate on a collective project despite significant differences in academic preparation? This presentation will describe several ways that open-source tools have been used in recent years by digital humanists to encourage collaborative learning experiences across academic institutions.
Learning Objectives: Explore new models for connected learning across institutional spaces | Learn about free and open-source platforms for multicourse learning environments | Hear about strategies for incorporating place-based learning into hybrid courses
Associate Professor of English and Digital Humanities, The Graduate Center (CUNY)