Earlier this year a new journal was launched: Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Teaching & Technology, which describes itself as “an academic and networked journal on teaching and technology that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in the classroom.”
Hybrid Pedagogy is the creation of Pete Rorabaugh (@allistelling) and Jesse Stommel (@Jessifer). New readers might start with Rorabaugh’s “Hybridity, pt. 1: Virtuality and Empiricism,” follow up with Stommel’s “Hybridity, pt. 2: What is Hybrid Pedagogy?,” and then explore the archive of articles. Other resources include a “concordance of digital tools” for teaching & learning and a discussion forum.
If you’d like to submit something for consideration they are currently “accepting short-form articles of approximately 1000 words” and are “open to publishing anything related (even loosely) to digital pedagogy, including multimedia work, scholarly essays, anecdotal ramblings, and practical tips.”