10 iPad apps for Humanities classrooms

Whilst there are some awesome apps and websites to support generic teaching and learning activities across the curriculum and age bands, there are also lots […]

Where is the Humanity in the Computer Science Curriculum?

“Let us move from human-centered design to humanity-centered design.” — From the Copenhagen Letter I’ve been struggling to write this post for a long, long […]

The Role of Education Technology in the Humanities

How the state of the arts can be improved with education technology     Education technology products proliferate the market today, but most of them […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Fighting for the Arts

With the arts potentially on the federal funding chopping block, Americans for the Arts Action Fund has mobilized to heighten awareness of the benefits provided […]

Digital Humanities and eLearning

It seems there has always been a feud between the sciences and the humanities. But today, digital humanities are bringing both together. The post Digital […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: The 5 Most Needed 21st Century Skills

As the third annual Character Day approaches Sept. 22, the nonprofit Let it Ripple Film Studio will be featuring “The Adaptable Mind,” an 11-minute exploration […]

Digital resources for Arts and Humanities

Things are changing in Arts and Humanities. Researchers are increasingly working with digital materials and using new tools in traditional research locations. Reading itself has […]

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