Blog Post

Open for Public Peer Review: Keywords for Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities #curateteaching

Open for Public Peer Review: Keywords for Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities #curateteaching

Keywords for Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities, a collection edited by Rebecca Frost Davis, Matthew K. Gold, Katherine D. Harris, and Jentery Sayers is available on the MLA Commons for open peer review. #curateteaching

The latest batch of keywords were released this morning. They include Annotation, Archive, Collaboration, Community, Design, Play, Public, and Sound. 

Many people affiliated with HASTAC have contributed to the collection including:

Paul Schacht (Annotation)
Lauren CoatsGabrielle Dean (Archive)
Amanda Licastro, Katina Rogers, and Danica Savonick (Collaboration)
Bridget Draxler (Community)
Kristin L. Arola (Design)
Brian Croxall (Failure)
Jesse Stommel (Hybrid)
Kathi Inman Berens (Interface)
Virginia Kuhn (Multimodal)
Mark Sample (Play)
Jennifer Guiliano (Professionalization)
Adeline Koh (Race)
Alexis Lothian (Sexuality)
Edmond Y. Chang (Queer)
Steph Ceraso (Sound)
Chuck Rybak (Poetry)
Bethany Nowviskie, Jeremy Boggs, and J. K. Purdom Lindblad (Praxis)
Lynne Siemens (Project Management)
Jeffrey W. McClurken (Public)
Edmond Y. Chang (Queer)
Adeline Koh (Race)
Douglas Eyman (Rhetoric)
Alexis Lothian (Sexuality)
Steph Ceraso (Sound)

If we have left you off this exciting list, please let us know in the comments! 

98

No comments