New Media and Digital Pedagogy

Author: Michael G. Strawser

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9781498548526

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 192

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New Media and Digital Pedagogy: Enhancing the Twenty-First-Century Classroom addresses the influence of new media on instruction, higher education, and pedagogy. The contributors specifically examine the practical and theoretical implications of new media and the influence of new media on education. This book emphasizes the changing landscape of education and technology and creates a foundational lens and framework for thinking through and navigating higher education in a digital and new media driven context.
Shakespeare and Digital Pedagogy

Author: Diana E. Henderson

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781350109742

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 232

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Shakespeare and Digital Pedagogy is an international collection of fresh digital approaches for teaching Shakespeare. It describes 15 methodologies, resources and tools recently developed, updated and used by a diverse range of contributors in Great Britain, Australia, Asia and the United States. Contributors explore how these digital resources meet classroom needs and help facilitate conversations about academic literacy, race and identity, local and global cultures, performance and interdisciplinary thought. Chapters describe each case study in depth, recounting needs, collaborations and challenges during design, as well as sharing effective classroom uses and offering accessible, usable content for both teachers and learners. The book will appeal to a broad range of readers. College and high school instructors will find a rich trove of usable teaching content and suggestions for mounting digital units in the classroom, while digital humanities and education specialists will find a snapshot of and theories about the field itself. With access to exciting new content from local archives and global networks, the collection aids teaching, research and reflection on Shakespeare for the 21st century.
Emerging Pedagogies in the Networked Knowledge Society: Practices Integrating Social Media and Globalization

Author: Limbu, Marohang

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781466647589

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 352

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Since the dawn of the digital era, the transfer of knowledge has shifted from analog to digital, local to global, and individual to social. Complex networked communities are a fundamental part of these new information-based societies. Emerging Pedagogies in the Networked Knowledge Society: Practices Integrating Social Media and Globalization examines the production, dissemination, and consumption of knowledge within networked communities in the wider global context of pervasive Web 2.0 and social media services. This book will offer insight for business stakeholders, researchers, scholars, and administrators by highlighting the important concepts and ideas of information- and knowledge-based economies.
E-Pedagogy for the Digital Age

Author: Dr. P. C. Nagasubramani

Publisher: Lulu Publication

ISBN: 9781716971143

Category: Art

Page:

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Adult learners have more options for enrolling in postsecondary education than ever before, and they are able to use their learning style preference in deciding which program best meets their needs. For some of these students, those programs are fully online, and for others, there is minimal use of technology. As technology grows and become more integrated into individual lives, the unique learning styles and preferences of adults need to learn to be incorporated into instructional design. Drawing on a regional sample of US colleges, 545 adult learners in a graduate programs were surveyed about how to effectively build community in their online classes. Results indicated some agreement with these instructional tools. Mature adult learners, however, were found to have stronger agreement with strategies that included work outside of the formal online class. These results suggest perhaps a greater comfort for adults in working in spaces where there is less likelihood of being judged or graded, and that they might value relational work with other students in different ways than younger adults.
Digital Humanities Pedagogy

Author: Brett D. Hirsch

Publisher: Open Book Publishers

ISBN: 9781909254251

Category: Education

Page: 426

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"The essays in this collection offer a timely intervention in digital humanities scholarship, bringing together established and emerging scholars from a variety of humanities disciplines across the world. The first section offers views on the practical realities of teaching digital humanities at undergraduate and graduate levels, presenting case studies and snapshots of the authors' experiences alongside models for future courses and reflections on pedagogical successes and failures. The next section proposes strategies for teaching foundational digital humanities methods across a variety of scholarly disciplines, and the book concludes with wider debates about the place of digital humanities in the academy, from the field's cultural assumptions and social obligations to its political visions." (4e de couverture).
Writing and the Digital Generation

Author: Heather Urbanski

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786455867

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 278

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Is it true that, in this era of digitization and mass media, reading and writing are on the decline? In a thought-provoking collection of essays and profiles, 30 contributors explore what may instead be a rise in rhetorical activity, an upsurge due in part to the sudden blurring of the traditional roles of creator and audience in participatory media. This collection explores topics too often overlooked by traditional academic scholarship, though critical to an exploration of rhetoric and popular culture, including fan fiction, reality television, blogging, online role-playing games, and Fantasy Football. Both scholarly and engaging, this text draws rhetorical studies into the digital age.
Youth Work

Author: Graham Bright

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004396555

Category: Education

Page: 250

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This edited text brings together academics who are at the cutting edge of youth work education. The book draws on global perspectives to explore current practice conditions and generate rich debate regarding the power and potential of future practice.
Essentials of Techno-Pedagogy

Author: Dr. A. Muthumanickam

Publisher: Shanlax Publications

ISBN: 9789393737854

Category: Education

Page: 329

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Educational technology is an indispensable element of teaching. Teacher educators need knowledge and skills to design and successfully implement technology-enhanced learning. In today's world, most people must continuously improve their abilities and information levels to encounter the challenges of lifestyle. The current era of the 21st century is the data and innovation (IT) time. Each viewpoint of life has got to be synonymous with science and advancement. All over the world, information in all ranges is making tremendous advances. Information and innovation are right now being utilized within the field of education to create effective and interesting instruction and preparation for both understudies and teachers. The term “technology” within the 21st century is a critical issue in many fields, including instruction. This is since innovation has become the interstate information development in numerous countries. Nowadays, the application of technology has experienced progress and has changed our social designs that totally alter the way people think, work, and live. As a component of this, schools and other instructive teaching approaches ought to plan understudies to live in an “information society” to consider ICT support in their instructive programs. “Technology could be a crucial portion of teaching today’s students and it is utilized at whatever point conceivable within the classroom so that it moves forward the large learning environment.” Students will also get acquainted with innovation since they will utilize it in the future. A great educator not only provides proper ways for students to plan successfully but also motivates them to utilize their abilities in developing their country. This is often the crossover strategy of instructing in which ICT is being utilized for instructing learning circumstances. The combination of both the words “techno” and “pedagogy” implies weaving the innovations into the instructing learning preparation. It needs to consciously recognize the intervening learning environment in order to simplify and clarify the data transmission process to the greatest extent. Hence the thought of the Publication of the Edited book entitled “Essentials of Techno-pedagogy” to make available the rudiments concerning Techno-Pedagogy. This collection includes innovative research and enticing ideas which would tickle the palate of the specialist, the teacher and the curious reader.
Computational Intelligence in Digital Pedagogy

Author: Arpan Deyasi

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811587443

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 293

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This book is a useful guide for the teaching fraternity, administrators and education technology professionals to make good use of AI across outcome-based technical education (OBTE) ecosystem and infuse innovations and affordable digital technologies to traditional pedagogic processes to make teaching-learning more independent of human factor (teacher/student quality), time and place and at the same time more impactful and enjoyable for the learners. Providing access to the digital media and learning tools (even to the extent of mobile apps) to the students would allow them to keep pace with innovations in learning technologies, learn according to their own pace and improve their understanding level and have instantaneous feedback and evaluation. The book explores these new challenges and scope of using computational intelligence in educational technology. The book also addresses how based on the data collected from the outcome of conventional educational system, intelligent diagnostic and feedback system is developed which will change the teaching strategies and corresponding teaching-learning process. The book covers a wider framework of digital pedagogy and its intelligent applications on various sectors of education system.
Leading Millennial Faculty

Author: Michael G. Strawser

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781498579827

Category: Education

Page: 176

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This book explores how to effectively lead millennial faculty as they navigate the new professoriate. Contributors address some stereotypical millennial characteristics—being achievement oriented, connected to the world, relatively sheltered, and unaware of hierarchy—and how they create advantages and challenges in the higher education workplace.
Enhancing Learning Design for Innovative Teaching in Higher Education

Author: Palahicky, Sophia

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781799829454

Category: Education

Page: 400

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The higher education landscape is embracing the call to be innovative, yet scholars have not clearly defined what it means to innovate. Innovation is not limited to the use and adoption of educational technologies, and it encompasses a broad array of elements that must be considered if we are to truly aspire toward innovative teaching in higher education. Enhancing Learning Design for Innovative Teaching in Higher Education is a critical scholarly publication that examines how instructional systems design, instructional design, educational technologies, curriculum design, and program design impact innovation and innovative teaching in higher education. The book offers definitions of innovative teaching and examines critical intersections to achieve innovation and innovative teaching in post-secondary environments. Highlighting a wide range of topics such as program mapping and learning design, this book is essential for academicians, administrators, professionals, curriculum developers, instructional designers, K-12 teachers, educational technologists, researchers, and students.