Digital Pedagogy Roundup – Second Half of 2012

Posted by Roger Whitson on December 30th, 2012

I posted a roundup of the best digital pedagogy blog posts back in June. Here’s some great work that emerged from the latter half of 2012. As I said back then, I’d love it if other people posted their thoughts as well!

Storifys
Hilary Culbertson. Twitter vs. Zombies
Katherine Harris. Revising Brit Lit on the Fly.
Adeline Koh: Anvil Academic: Twitter Q & A
Adeline Koh: Race and the Digital Humanities: An Introduction
Karl Steel: Privilege, Pedagogy, Intentionality, Internet.
Audrey Watters: THATCamp Hybrid Pedagogy Storify
#digped Storify: On the Deformation of New Media Citation Practices
#digped Storify: The State of Higher Education and Its Future

Podcasts
Digital Campus. “Back to School Special.”
EdTechLive.11/2/2012.”
EdTechLive. 10/26/2012.
The Core of Education. “What Has Sandy Hook Taught Us?”
The Core of Education. “Can the Formative Machine Save Education?”
The Core of Education. “Richard Byrne Extended Interview – Free Technology 4 Teachers.”

Videos
Howard Rheingold. NetSmart: How to Thrive Online
Future of Higher Education. Beyond the Lecture Hall: Technology and Student Learning – Part 1 and 2
Future of Higher Education. Fostering Change in Public Universities – Part 1 and 2
Robin Kirk. Invisible Walls.
Day of the Digital Humanities. Introduction to DiSC
Day of the Digital Humanities. Interview with Moya Bailey and Brian McGrath Davis

Conference Presentations and Seminars
Anastasia Salter. Teaching Creativity Through Code.
Jim Proctor. Digital Field Pedagogy.
Valerie Robin. Composing and New Recursivity: Assessing Multimodal Production.
Brian Croxall. Original Digital Humanities Research with Undergraduates: A Poster at DH 2012.
Mark Sample. Remarks on Social Pedagogy at Mason’s Future of Higher Education Forum.
Derek Bruff. Social Pedagogies.
Kellie Meyer. “Tech Gets Medieval” and Other Ways We Teach the Past.
Miriam Posner. Notes on DH and Sharing Your Work.

Provocations
Diane Jakacki. Identifying as a Digital Humanist
Diane Jakacki. Why Teach Shakespeare to Georgia Tech Undergrads?
Kimon Kermandes. Afterword: The DML and the Digital Humanities.
Jesse Stommel. Online Learning: A Manifesto,
Jesse Stommel. The March of the MOOCs.
Claure Lauer. What’s in a Name? The Anatomy of Defining New/Multi/Digital/Media Texts.
Cheryl Ball. Editorial Pedagogy: Part 1 – A Professional Philosophy, and  Part 2 – Developing Authors.
Leeann Hunter, Pete Rorabaugh, Jesse Stommel, Robin Wharton, and Roger Whitson. Digital Humanities Made Me a Better Pedagogue.
Brian Croxall. Writing ≠ Papers.
Mark Sample. Intrusive Scaffolding, Obstructed Learning (and MOOCs).
Pete Rorabaugh. The Threat of Scholarly Openness,
Pete Rorabaugh. Audrey Watters Wrestles with MOOCs.
Ian Bogost. Opener Than Thou.
Ian Bogost. MOOCs are Marketing.
Steven Krause. What’s Good About MOOCS?More on MOOCs, and A Few Misc Comments on Online Teaching
Jordan Weissman. Why the Internet Isn’t Going to End College as We Know It.
Siva Vaidhyanathan. What’s the Matter with MOOCs?
Siva Viadhyanathan. Universities are Vast Copy Machines, and That’s a Good Thing.
Cathy Davidson. Size Isn’t Everything.
Dan Cohen. Treading Water on Open Access.
Bethany Nowviskie. Too Small to Fail.
Shannon Mattern. Evaluating Multimodal Work Revisited.
Rebecca Frost Davis. Crowdsourcing, Undergraduates, and Digital Humanities Projects.
Tonya Howe. Revising Critical Theory.
Katina Rogers. Turning Up the Volume on Graduate Education Reform.
Stephen Ramsay. Stanley and Me.
Natalia Cecire. The Passion of Nate Silver (Sort Of) and Un coup de des jamais n’abolira le hasard.
Lee Bessette. The Teaching Track? Really?
Lee Bessette. The Challenges of Shifting Gears Pt. 1: Career Edition, and Part 2: Research Edition.
Claire Potter. (Tenured Radical) Grading in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.
Alex Reid. What Percentage of English Doctoral Students…,
Alex Reid. An Example of the Rhetorical Force of Objects.

Digital Tools and How Tos:
Sarita Alami. Supercharge Your Zotero Library Using Paper Machines – Part 1 and 2
Sarita Alami. Software Training Series: Lynda.com Working Group.
Benjamin Miller, Joseph Ugoretz, and Brian Beton. Behind the Seams.
Ben McCorkle. Keeping it Real: The Places and Spaces of the Digital Citizen.
Renee McGary. Classroom Rules.
Jay Varner. Why We Use Amazon’s Cloud, or, How I Saved a Project from the Waffle House.
Brandy Ball Blake. The “Curse of Knowledge”: Adapting the Principles of Stony Book’s Center for Communicating Science to Georgia Tech.
Christine Hoffman. Pieces of What?
Ryan Cordell. Annotate PDFs with PDFpen.
Natalie Houston. Three Reasons You Hate Grading (And What To Do About Them).
George Williams. What Kind of Textbooks Do You (And Your Students) Want?
Konrad Lawson. A Tool for Reviewing Tables of Information.
Amy Cavender. Favorite Apps for Work and Life.
Anastasia Salter. Internet Archive Launches TV News.
Andy Wallace. Very Basic Strategies for Interpreting Results from the Topic Modeling Tool.
Miriam Posner. Use Automator to Combine Your Research Photos into One PDF.
Stephen Ramsay. Learning to Program.
Alexis Lothian. Twitterpated Teaching.
Mike Edwards. Maximally Multimodal.
Mike Edwards. Courseblogging Machine and Meaning.
Bonnie Lenore Kyburz. Becoming the Book.
Diane Jakacki. Student Digital Edition: Observations and Reflections.

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