Hi Annie, you’re absolutely correct. We’d love to be more evenly representative of the CUNY system. It’s a bit difficult to do when submissions are voluntary, but we are trying to spread the word as much as […]
Laura Kane edited the blog post Using Threads of Technology to Enrich Lecture-Based Courses in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 2 weeks, 4 days ago
William H. Biss, Jr., Chatham University
VoiceThread, a media-sharing application, is used to enhance student learning by providing more flexibility for student participation.
In Architecture, Interior Architecture & Design education, technology is often utilized in studio-based courses as a tool in the design, production, and…[Read more]
Laura Kane wrote a new post, Upcoming Presentation for the New York Society for Women in Philosophy, on the site Laura Wildemann Kane 1 month ago
I’m delighted to announce that I will be presenting my research for the New York Society for Women in Philosophy! The talk is being held on Tuesday, October 18th at 6:30pm at The Graduate Center, CUNY. More det […]
Jared S. Colton, Utah State University
Rebecca Walton, Utah State University
Incorporating social justice concerns into the communication design classroom can be difficult. Based upon a pedagogical study, this article proposes that considerations of disability can provide insight into the relevance of social justice to technical…[Read more]
Laura Kane edited the blog post YouDescribe: Testing Crowd-sourced Video Description for Service Learning at the City University of New York in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 1 month ago
Julia Miele Rodas, Bronx Community College
A look into YouDescribe, a free, crowd-sourced video description platform geared toward accessibility.
This article has a very simple purpose: to review a free, crowd-sourced video description platform called YouDescribe, to discuss its usefulness as an accessibility tool, and to contemplate a number of…[Read more]
Laura Kane edited the blog post At Last, a Good, Long Look at Open Access for the Humanities in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 1 month ago
Jill Cirasella, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Review of Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future by Martin Paul Eve, published by Cambridge University Press, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781316161012
As I opened Martin Paul Eve’s Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future, I braced m…[Read more]
Elisabeth Giesemann, Freie Universität Berlin
Review of This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Mapping the Relationship between Online Trolling and Mainstream Culture by Whitney Phillips (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2015). $24.95 hardcover, $17.95 e-book.
Reading This Is Why We Can’t Have Nice Things: Mapping the Relationship between Onli…[Read more]
Laura Kane edited the blog post How I learned how to Stop Worrying and Pickle Websites: The Art of Fermenting the Web with Archive-It and Webrecorder in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 1 month ago
Stephen Klein, The Graduate Center, CUNY
An analysis of Archive-It and a rudimentary attempt to transcend its limitations using Webrecoder to preserve digital scholarship.
As modes of communication increasingly migrate from print to digital formats, digital preservation is an imperative within the academy to ensure the continual creation…[Read more]
Since launching our website and initiating our first call for syllabi on March 24th, the CUNY Syllabus Project has received upwards of 70 syllabi from all over the CUNY system. The next phase of the project calls […]
The Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy Editorial Collective is delighted to announce that our Ninth Issue is now published and available on our website!
From the Issue Introduction by Carlos Her […]
Laura Kane wrote a new blog post Table of Contents: Issue Nine in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 4 months, 1 week ago
Tyler Fox and Carlos Hernandez
Participatory Culture and Distributed Expertise: Breaking Down Pedagogical Norms or Regulating Neoliberal Subjectivities?
Designing ‘Authenticity’ […]
Laura Kane wrote a new blog post Introduction in the group Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (Public Group): 4 months, 1 week ago
Practice and Reflection: The Affordances and Issues That Accompany Pedagogical Innovation
Tyler Fox, University of Washington
Carlos Hernandez, Borough of Manhattan Community College
All instructors, no matter […]
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