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A Terrible Tip

In the December 2012 edition of the AHA’s newsletter Perspectives, Patricia Limerick, the new Vice President of the Teaching Division, announced a new Association project, “Tipping Points for Teaching.” The project, as described by Limerick, has two main goals: to (a) gather … Continue reading

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After Standards and the Future of History (Day 2)

During the second day of the After Standards conference here in Sydney, an issue that really animated discussions among the delegates was whether the AHA (Australian Historical Association) was the right body to represent all historians in Australia during a … Continue reading

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After Standards and the Future of History

This week I’m at the University of New South Wales (Sydney) for a conference called “After Standards: The Future of History.” The Australians have managed to do what the Americans failed to do in the 1990s; agree on national standards … Continue reading

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ISSOTL 2010 (Liverpool)

This week I’ve been at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Liverpool (UK). I came late to the conference both to save money and because I had so much to do … Continue reading

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