I will be participating in two MLA sessions that might be of interestto HASTAC members, "Humanities 2.0: Participatory Learning in an Ageof Technology" and "Teaching or Research?" Here's the basicinformation. PLEASE JOIN US! The first of these includes three winners of the HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Competition and contributes to the Foundation's remarkable participatory learning initiative by thinking about higher education and what our students bring to the college classroom.
MLA 2008 Session 468: Humanities 2.0: Participatory Learning in an Age of Technology
December 29, 2008 8:30-9:45 a.m.
Golden Gate 5, Hilton
Chair: Zita Nunes (U of Maryland). Roundtable Participants: Cathy N. Davidson (Duke), Howard Rheingold (Stanford and Berkeley), Greg Niemeyer (Berkeley), and Todd Pressner (UCLA) The participants are all involved in the MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Initiative in a key way, as either a co-director or a director of a winning project.
MLA 2008 Session 745: Teaching or Research?
December 30, 2008 8:30-9:45
Golden Gate 6
Chair, Brian Thill
Participants: Cary Nelson, Cathy N. Davidson,. P. Marc Bousquet, Paul Lauter
My talk is entitled: ?Research Is Teaching, Learning Is Theory?