Tag: participation

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By Elizabeth Pitts on Oct 1st, 2013
Hey there, HASTAC!  I'm thrilled to be joining the 2014 Scholars community.  As a PhD Student in NC State's Communication, Rhetoric &...
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By Christina Davidson on Aug 1st, 2013
Chapter Six:Open for Whom?: Designing for Inclusion, Navigating the Digital DivideChristina C. Davidson Lily Pad, Rio de Janeiro (2012) -...
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By Rebecca Burns on Apr 5th, 2011
We know that professional development should be differentiated (Glickman, 2004; Long, 2004), so one of the reasons that I LOVE the Teaching and...
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By Rebecca Burns on Apr 5th, 2011
We know that professional development should be differentiated (Glickman, 2004; Long, 2004), so one of the reasons that I LOVE the Teaching and...
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By Eric Hoyt on Oct 21st, 2010
As the St. Louis volunteers waited to hear CNNs prediction for the next state to turn blue, they shared with one another what working on the Obama...
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By Rebecca Burns on Sep 27th, 2010
My colleagues and I have been frustrated by the level of participation in our classes. It seems as if only a few students are participating -...
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By Cathy Davidson on May 30th, 2010
It's the end of the academic year at many universities and almost at the end for those of you on the quarter system.   For HASTAC Scholars, the...
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By Amanda Shuman on Mar 23rd, 2010
Participatory Chinatown project website - http://www.participatorychinatown.org Interviewed by:David Palter, PhD student in U.S. History, University...
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By Cathy Davidson on Dec 10th, 2009
After spending a morning looking at dull websites that I will probably never return to again, I thought back to a conversation yesterday with the...
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