Digital Pedagogical Design and the Humanities in the Age of COVID

Center for Renaissance Studies, The Newberry Library | Sep 14, 2020

This Newberry Library session on Digital Pedagogical Design and the Humanities in the Age of COVID presents strategies for online course design that center student interaction and engagement in order to re-create the humanities classroom experience and improve retention in online courses. The presenters introduce flexible pedagogical practices that can be adapted for varied modalities, including asynchronous, synchronous, and hybrid online and face-to-face instruction. 

The session is presented by former CRS postdoctoral fellow and Assistant Professor of History at the College of Charleston, Elisa Jones, along with e-learning, pedagogy, and course design expert and consultant, Melissa Wong, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign's School of Information Sciences.

Tags: Introduction to Remote Teaching Online Teaching Guides Software Tools Teaching Methods


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