Category Archives: Digital Literacy

Posts about teaching and learning digital skills and issues.

Visualization play

A last-minute proposal for a visualization workshop/play session. I’m no expert, but I can start us off. We could think about what use visualization is for the historian/humanities scholar, what kinds of things can usefully be visualized, and what the … Continue reading

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Digital Fluency in an “Information Age”

The past year has brought us many examples of the need for students (well, for the public), to be able to evaluate sources, to identify how and why knowledge is produced in all of its many media and forms, and … Continue reading

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