THATCamp (Day 2d)

The final session of the day was on disruptive pedagogy. And although my name was in the program as the discussion starter, it’s not me! Heather Munro Prescott was the person to propose this session and so I’m just here because, obviously, it’s a subject I have a lot of interest in. Heather began with […]

THATCamp (Day 2c)

In the first afternoon session I sat in on “Technology and International Scholarly Partnerships Across the Digital Divide” [facilitator: Peter Alegi]. I am interested in this topic, both because I am one of the founding editors of Global Perspectives on Digital History and because I am a trustee of the Romanian-American Foundation, which is spending a lot […]

THATCamp (Day 2b)

The initial schedule is now up. I’m going to attend a morning session on open peer review, an early afternoon session on comic books and playing with scholarship and will be a discussion starter on the session on disruptive pedagogy. I’m hoping, in the session that I’m helping facilitate to, among other things, that there […]

THATCamp CHNM (Day 2a)

It’s Saturday morning and around 150 people are foregoing incredible June weather in the DC area to sit in an engineering auditorium to attend THATCamp Prime here at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. Yesterday’s workshops (and a live recording of Digital Campus) went quite well–per usual, lots of excellent conversation and […]