Our Learning Curve Was Steep
Stefan Djordjevic, Kristin Hoganson, and Dana Rabin | May 10, 2021Research on teaching in pandemic conditions conducted by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign assessed emergency practices to advance teaching and learning.
Absence and Presence
From the President
Jacqueline Jones | Apr 13, 2021Although historians have produced remarkable work while working remotely, AHA president Jacqueline Jones argues that it is dangerous to conclude...
Teaching South African Stories Online
Jacob Ivey | Mar 2, 2021Well-managed digital archives provide students with a focused set of research materials that help build a foundational point of historical inquiry.
Writing Histories of Witchcraft in a Pandemic
Richard Tomczak | Mar 1, 2021Students at Stony Brook University used a digital humanities project about times of crisis to connect their work on the...
Professional Skills, Historical Thinking
Shannon Bontrager | Dec 1, 2020One historian explains how using Microsoft Teams reduced his grading load and improved student learning.
Remote Reflections: Twice the Work and Half the Fun
Walter L. Buenger | Sep 14, 2020For faculty teaching online for the first time, spring 2020 could be a frustrating learning experience.
Remote Reflections: Being a Graduate Teaching Assistant during the Pandemic
Victoria Funk | Aug 28, 2020Graduate teaching assistants, not quite students and not yet faculty, face unique challenges during COVID-19.
Mary Lindemann | Aug 17, 2020History faculty did far more than just "make it work" during the pivot to remote teaching.
Remote Reflections: One Class, 55 Classrooms
John Hopper | Jul 23, 2020A high school history teacher in rural Colorado describes how years of experience with remote teaching helped him adapt during COVID.