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  • 1. Some (possibly) relevant projectsat the University of LincolnJamie Woodjwood@lincoln.ac.ukFor this presentation see: http://www.slideshare.net/woodjamie/
  • 2. Making Digital History: students as partnersin online learning, teaching and research• HEA Digital Literacies in the Disciplines project atLincoln (2013-14)• Students will use a tool called Xerte to create onlinelearning objects to teach others about historical topics– 4 modules (Y1, Y2, MA)– Individual/ group– Knowledge and skills: alongside traditional essays; thinking aboutform of presentation/ audience; developing technical skills– Assessment: product or process (reflection)? Criteria?For more see: http://makingdigitalhistory.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/ (under construction)
  • 3. Social bookmarking and student research• Diigoeducationedition• Private,separatelogins• Sharing• Highlighting• Sticky-noting• DiscussionboardJamie Wood, ‘Helping Students to Become Disciplinary Researchers Using Questioning, Social Bookmarkingand Inquiry-Based Learning’, Practice and Evidence of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in HigherEducation, 6.1 (2011): http://www.pestlhe.org.uk/index.php/pestlhe/article/view/98
  • 4. The Goths: barbarians through history?• New 3rdyear module at Lincoln, Sept 2013• 2 halves:– The Goths of late antiquity– Gothic receptions:• Reconquista• Hapsburgs and the New World• Napoleonic Spain• Franco• Goths on film...• Neo-Gothicism? Neo-late antiquity?

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