Ever wish there were an introduction to distance digital college courses? I made one.

After hearing from colleagues this spring who wished for an introduction to online courses for students, I spent the summer creating one. "Return to Enter: An Introduction to Digital Distance Higher Education," is a five-lesson module. Each lesson is designed to take 30-45 minutes, making all five suitable for the first week or weeks of… Read more Ever wish there were an introduction to distance digital college courses? I made one.

An introduction to distance digital higher education.

I and many have noted the uneven knowledge base of students taking college courses, often as a product of equity issues in K-12 education. College accelerates rather than ameliorates these uneven penetrations of knowledge, especially when students take what I call distance digital courses. Distance education has been around for a long time. Adding web-based… Read more An introduction to distance digital higher education.

⇧ ⌃ Because absolutely no-one asked for my COVID-19 hot take on how to shift control from face-to-face to a student-focused digital learning bridge.

I write this post as I see lots of tips emerging from digital humanities teachers and faculty developers about how to transition or switch to online formats in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Though I find much to laud I also find much lacking, especially when considering my college, which is on spring break.… Read more ⇧ ⌃ Because absolutely no-one asked for my COVID-19 hot take on how to shift control from face-to-face to a student-focused digital learning bridge.

AHA 2019 Presentation

Below are materials for my American Historical Association Annual Meeting Presentation. All materials are published under a This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. World History 1 Assignment using Omeka Neatline