HASTAC is led by a dynamic Steering Committee consisting of innovators from a variety of disciplines. The Steering Committee drives HASTAC intellectually, diversifies its initiatives, provides a foundation for the dynamic HASTAC Scholars community, and supports events and initiatives including the annual HASTAC conference.
We are proud of our Steering Committee's involvement. This collection is intended to highlight some of their participation in and leadership of hastac.org.
The Badges for Lifelong Learning community met regularly from 2012 to 2013 to talk about badges, learning, and the way forward. Join the conversation about digital badges by tuning in to this archived series of webinars by experts and new advocates on effective badge design, assessment, badges and the college admissions process, badges and motivation, the sociology of badges, peer project critiques, and open town-hall-style discussions.
On May 17-24, 2013, 21 people participated in the first Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop on HASTAC, organized by HASTAC Scholar Lori Beth De Hertogh.
The Workshop was an online, asynchronous, interdisciplinary, participant-driven workshop for scholars and individuals working on feminist-oriented research projects. The goal of the workshop was to create an online space where participants could exchange scholarship and ideas.
There was great participation and many great ideas were exchanged. Read on to explore #FSDW13.
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HASTAC: Changing the Way We Teach and Learn
The HASTAC #FutureEd Initiative is led by those with the most at stake in transforming higher education: students and faculty. Open, worldwide, HASTAC-led and user-inspired, “The History and Future of Higher Education” assesses the educational legacies we’ve inherited in order to design new ways of learning for present needs and future aspirations.
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Below is a collection of reflections on the 2013 HASTAC Conference, The Storm of Progress: New Horizons, New Narratives, New Codes.
See our full outline of conference materials for schedule, keynotes and more.
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Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have been making waves ever since Sebastrian Thrun and Peter Norvig's course on AI enrolled 165,000 students in 2011. Key questions include: