Resources for New Teachers

In preparing to discuss digital pedagogy with grad students and early-service English instructors at Emory, I prepared these resources of personal and Hybrid Pedagogy-related content. I also recommend that critical/digital teachers become familiar with ongoing work at HASTAC, DML Central, ProfHacker, Hack Education, and TECHStyle (at Georgia Tech), among other places.

Critical/digital tools
Hybrid Pedagogy’s digital tool Concordance
“Theorizing Google Docs: 10 Tips for Navigating Online Collaboration”
“How To Storify. Why to Storify”
“The Twitter Essay”
Introduction to Twitter for #gsuhybridize

Critical/digital activities
“Experiments in Mass Collaboration”

“Organic Writing and Digital Media: Seeds and Organs”
Video: “Hybridity and New Media Literacy”
Video: “Extension and Perforation: Twitter in the Classroom”
Petra Dierkes-Thrun’s “Public Literary Twitter Role-Play”

Critical/digital events and plans
MOOC MOOC and MOOC MOOC²
Twitter vs. Zombies
Video: “Digital Pedagogy, Play, and Mass Collaboration” at Duke (presentation notes here)
ENGL1101/New Media Literacy Pilot at Georgia State University
Syllabus: ENGL1101/New Media Literacy (fall 2012)
Syllabus: ENGL3120/Occupy Class (spring 2012)
Occupy Class 

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