Teaching with Technology
Who uses open courseware? Orphans in Mongolia. Teachers in California. Scientists in the Arctic. And yak herders in Tibet.
John Boyer of Virginia Tech employs a host of technologies in a world-events class that attracts students in droves—and they're learning.
- The Imperfect Art of Designing Online Courses
- Opinion: Reclaiming the Classroom With Old-Fashioned Teaching
- Opinion: 'Deep' Digital Pedagogy and the Personae of 18th-Century Satire
Technology & Scholarship
Food served up by New York's restaurants lives on at the New York Public Library, in a collection of 40,000 bills of fare that date from the 1840s.
The goal is to provide a small team with soup-to-nuts training in software development for humanities research and exchange.
- Opinion: The Virtues of Blogging as Scholarly Activity
- Opinion: Who's Paying the Data Bill?
- Opinion: Baseball Bats and the Wired Library: a Cautionary Tale
Making Technology Work
John Sexton was late to embrace e-mail, but now he's among the most electronically accessible presidents.
Teresa Sullivan never forgets that technology must prove its worth and should be set aside when face-to-face meeting are needed.
- U. of Phoenix's Chief Calls Technology His 'Lifeline'
- Old-School President Slowly Embraces Technology
- At Spokane Community Colleges, the Chancellor Is Wedded to Her BlackBerry
- Opinion: So You've Got Technology. So What?
- Opinion: Cloud Technology Can Lift the Fog Over Higher Education