Brett Bagur | May 4, 2022An online program might be appealing to students looking for flexibility in their graduate studies.
Repair and Reconnection
From the Teaching Division
Shannon Bontrager, Alexandra Hui, Katharina Matro, and Laura McEnaney | Aug 18, 2021After the pandemic upended so many of our classroom routines, what will "back to school" mean?
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.