It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything to this blog. Life, you know, took over, so time has been at a premium. That doesn’t mean that we’ve not been busy with digital education projects here in History at Lincoln – it’s just that we’ve not had much chance to share our work on thisContinue reading A brief update to let you know about some impending less-brief updates!
Over the past few months we have published two articles in edited collections on the digital history teaching that we’ve been doing at Lincoln over the past couple of years: Making Medieval History digitally at the University of Lincoln (J. Wood and A. Liuzzo Scorpo), in L. Thomas, ed., Compendium of effective practice in directed independentContinue reading Making Digital History publications from Lincoln
I’ve spent a few days writing and revising the final reports for the following e-learning projects which we’ve been involved in over the past year: Making Digital History, funded by the HEA/JISC Digital Literacies in the Disciplines funding programme (report here); T&L: Tagging and Learning – Developing digital literacy through social bookmarking, funded as part of the HEA’sContinue reading Project reports submitted to HEA and JISC
We’ve just submitted two case studies to the HEA’s Flexible pedagogies: preparing for the future project, which aims to identify “pedagogies that are going to empower student learning, offering increased choice, and above all, facilitate high quality provision.” We submitted one case study on the Making Digital History itself and another on the use of socialContinue reading 2 case studies submitted to the HEA’s Flexible pedagogies project
Scoop.it! is an online platform that allows you to create virtual ‘magazines.’ That is, it allows you to collate a bunch of different websites online and draw them together onto a centralized, stylish webpage on the Scoop.it! platform – and they call this a ‘magazine’. You’re not so much a writer or a publisher onContinue reading Scoop.it! …is Making Digital History…