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HASTAC: Changing the Way We Teach and Learn
HASTAC is an alliance of more than 14,000 humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists and technologists working together to transform the future of learning.
HASTAC: Changing the Way We Teach and Learn
HASTAC is an alliance of more than 14,000 humanists, artists, social scientists, scientists and technologists working together to...
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HASTAC Confidence: 86%
Humanism Confidence: 76%
Social science Confidence: 72%
Technology Confidence: 69%
Learning Confidence: 68%
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|How prof bruns helps 1st year college students speak in class|
|"this is a nation," an ınnovative activity by prof llamas-rodriguez|
|Training our students for working in teams after college|
|What do students lose by not taking humanities courses? too much!|
|ıt's all right (2)|
|“the people ın our classrooms who are students”: learning the hardest lessons of higher ed today|
|Casting couch simulator__notes, sketches and other stuff|
|Apple arcade and what to play|
|Hastac happy hour at mla 2020 (2)|
|Rsvp for digital fridays! the topic is access pedagogy|
|Dr. jenn polish on accessible syllabus design: content, assignments, assessments, and more|
|Strategies for co-writing|
|ınnovate mathematics education @guilford college: exciting job opportunity at a great liberal arts college|
|Cfp: what is ınformation? (2020) *deadline extended to january 24th!|
|Mla 2020 - 489 ıt's all relative: modernism and science|
|Who asks computer programming questions online?|
|Global digital humanities symposium - registration open & program available!|
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|Blog post (8)|
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|Blog post / technology, networks & sciences|
|ıntroduction to participatory design|
|Putting the phd to work—for the public good|
|Digitizing ex-votos: ethics & concerns|
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