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COVID-19: Resources and Reflections for Teachers and Learners

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COVID-19: Resources and Reflections for Teachers and Learners

This is a crucial moment to begin preparing mentally and logistically for the possibilities that may unfold in higher education in the fall. Given HASTAC's long history in critical digital pedagogy and online engagement, we are using this time to compile and share resources that may help others in any of the possible fall scenarios. We will add to this collection in the days and weeks ahead.

Above all, please be kind with yourselves and with others. We are all experiencing the trauma of a global pandemic. Many of us are also experiencing the differential burdens created by racism, classicism, ableism, sexism and more. We at HASTAC are committed to collectively working to find the best ways to teach responsibly in this present and to craft futures we want to inhabit.

Free Webinars for Teaching Writing with Wikipedia

Free Webinars for Teaching Writing with Wikipedia

June 28 2016 to June 29 2016
Event
You are cordially invited to participate in the webinar portion of "Integrating Wikipedia Into Writing-Intensive Courses." This symposium has been generously funded by the Associated Colleges of the South (ACS) and will be hosted on-site at Spelman College. By making key parts of our symposium...
Atlanta, GA 303014
United States

Call For Participants: 2016 ACS Symposium on Teaching Writing with Wikipedia

June 27 2016 to June 29 2016
Event
Call for Participants: 2016 ACS Symposium on Teaching Writing with Wikipedia You are cordially invited to submit an application for "Integrating Wikipedia in Writing-Intensive Courses at ACS Colleges." This three-day symposium, which has been generously funded by the Associated Colleges of the...
350 Spelman Lane, SW
Atlanta, GA 30314
United States

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