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Just Stumbled Upon An Amazing Resource on Digital Pedagogy (Guess Where?)

I don't know why I didn't think of this before!   I just used "pedagogy" as a search term and check out the first ten links I found--and there are literally hundreds more.  Where?   Why, on the www.hastac.org website of course, all supplied here by HASTAC network members, now close to 9000 strong!   And really, really smart.  Check this out.  And try a search of your own and, if you feel like it, share it with the rest of us! 

 

Press Start to Continue: Toward a New Video Game Studies

Sounding Pittsburgh: Experimenting with Sonic Pedagogies

Gender History & Pedagogy: Undergraduate Ideas

The Pedagogy of Gaming

Investigating the Krause Innovation Studio's Built Pedagogy

Thoughts on "Should the Pedagogy Match the Technology: Interactivity and Critical Pedagogy" - HASTAC 2010

Blogs, Term Papers, and Effective Pedagogy

Quick and Easy Digital Pedagogy--Idea Exchange?

Mapping Occupy: Digital Pedagogy On a Deadline

Metadata and Digital Pedagogy: Surfacing Romantic-era Book Histories with Captions

 

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Cathy N. Davidson is co-founder of HASTAC, a network committed to new modes of collaboration, research, learning, and institutional change.  Along with a steering committee of scholars across many fields, Davidson has been directing HASTAC's operations since 2006, when www.hastac.org moved to Duke University, where she also co-directs the Ph.D. Lab in Digital Knowledge.   She is author of The Future of Thinking:  Learning Institutions for a Digital Age (with HASTAC co-founder David Theo Goldberg), and  Now You See It:  How the Brain Science of Attention Will Transform the Way We Live, Work, and Learn (Viking Press). She is co-PI on the HASTAC/MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning Competitions.   NOTE:  The views expressed in Cat in the Stack blogs and in NOW YOU SEE IT are solely those of the author and not of HASTAC, nor of any institution or organization. Davidson also writes on her own author blog,  www.nowyouseeit.net [NYSI cover]

 

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Another good place to look is HASTAC's collection of posts on the topic of Pedagogy & Teaching.

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