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Halford Haskell, Professor of Classics, and Thomas Howe, Professor of Art History, Southwestern University; Kenny Morrell, Associate Professor of Classics, Rhodes College
The development of critical thinking through synchronous interaction among students and faculty is indispensable to the identities and missions of residential liberal arts institutions. Yet the increasing abundance of digital materials poses questions about the role of asynchronous instruction. We discuss new virtual, shared spaces and ways of shaping these spaces to expand curricular possibilities while maintaining our intimate environments, citing specific, evolving models within Sunoikisis, an inter-institutional initiative in the field of classics.