New Keywords on Digital Pedagogy

In December, I posted about the MLA’s open review process for a new collection, Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments.

To kick off the summer, the editors–Katherine Harris, Rebecca Frost Davis, Jentery Sayers, and Matt Gold–have released a fresh batch of keywords, open for review until July 1. They include: George Williams on “Access”; Diane K. Jakacki on “Blogging”; Joyce R. Walker on “Classroom”; Lauren Klein on “Code”; Anne Cong-Huyen on “Gender”; Shawn Graham on “History”; Tanya E. Clement and Daniel Carter on “Information”; Diana S. Sinton on “Mapping”; Michael Roy on “Open”; and Kim Middleton on “Remix.”

The previous keywords continue to be available for reading, but only the ones listed above are currently available for review. Participation in the review is open, although certainly the MLA’d welcome your membership! Why not take a look, and even participate in the review process?

Photo “Humanities” by Flickr user Quinn Dombrowski / Creative Commons licensed BY-SA-2.0

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