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Carlo Morelli deposited Revised Synthesis Paper: Factors Impeding the Doctoral Student Leading to Doctoral Attrition and Dissertation Delays in the group Digital Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
Dire, globally high doctoral attrition rates are the result of competing impediments to the success of a doctoral aspirant who is unprepared to consistently produce scholarly doctoral-level writing, lacking the in the theoretical, philosophical, and intellectual training needed to think logically and metacognitively assimilate vast quantities of…[Read more]
Defining digital humanities is a unique academic challenge. In this volume, Julian Chambliss, Professor of English at Michigan State University, explores the meaning, practice, and implication of digital humanities by talking to scholars deeply engaged with digital methods and the promise they hold for the humanities.
John Mark R. Asio deposited The Relationship between Multiple Intelligences and Participation Rate in Extracurricular Activities of Students from a Catholic Education Institution in the group Digital Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 4 months, 1 week ago
Multiple intelligences and extracurricular activities are two variables that may affect a student’s academic and non-academic performance in school. This study aimed at describing and finding the relationship between multiple intelligences and participation rates in extracurricular activities of students from a Catholic educational institution. T…[Read more]
This article shares the author’s exploratory journey as a senior professor eager to understand and to showcase digital scholarship during periods of faculty performance evaluations. In 2019, a previous article was submitted to this digital repository using a similar exploratory narrative; however, this article differs from the previous submission…[Read more]
For the convenience of distance education researchers, key passages are quoted from a 2002 article explaining cultural reasons why correspondence education would be slow to change to online education in Japan.
In the process of mentoring instructors of writing into the field of writing studies, there is a tension between practical surface of writing instruction and underlying theoretical depth. This paper calls for more systematic thinking about that tension between surface and depth. It emphasizes the important roles that metalanguage plays in…[Read more]
A rubric for a type of academic writing that can be interesting for non-native English users, and it can also be adapted to other higher education or K-12 writing classes.
John Mark R. Asio deposited Effect of Remediation Activities on Grade 5 Pupils’ Academic Performance in Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) in the group Digital Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 11 months, 1 week ago
This study assesses the effectiveness of remediation activities of Grade 5 pupil’s academic performance in the subject Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE). The study used an experimental pretest-posttest design. We chose two schools in the experiment and each school has a class with 50 pupils each. We assigned one school as the independent g…[Read more]
Steve McCarty deposited How Asian Universities can Rise to the Current Challenge – Interview with World Association for Online Education President Steve McCarty in Japan in the group Digital Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 1 year ago
Surprising answers to questions from an Indian academic viewpoint clarify the field of online education, the current emergency remote teaching, the future of blended learning, who should have online education skills, a weakness of Indian Academia, and how non-Western universities can improve their global standing.
This presentation places online education in a disciplinary context, charting historical, pedagogical, institutional and cultural dimensions of e-learning. The evolution of online academic conferences is of particular relevance to this event. Online education is defined both in a broad sense and as a pan-disciplinary set of meta-skills and…[Read more]
Zoom presentation on August 24, 2020. Google the event or title to participate or find the recording. This one-page file includes the keynote abstract and links to publications on the current situation and this topic.
Macroanalysis and machine learning do not only lend themselves to interpreting literature: they can be used to generate literature within the rhetorical affordances of digital technology. With computation, our ability to access and query texts has changed our relationship to them. Engaging digital texts as big data allows one to explore rhetorical…[Read more]
This paper analyses two closely related but different concepts, digitization and digitalization, first discussed in an encyclopedia article by Brennen and Kreiss in 2016. Digital Humanities mainly uses the first term, whereas business and economics tend to use the second to praise the process of the digitalization of society. But digitalization…[Read more]
This article explores the author’s journey to understand the value and history of digital scholarship as he considers charting his on course to pursue digital scholarship in connection with institutional requirements for scholarly and creative publication activity.
The author adopted a timeline of emerging educational technologies in an Irish journal paper by e-learning expert Gráinne Conole and, with her permission, expanded it into this chart. In the study of technology for papers or presentations, researchers and students often ought to report when the technology originated, along with which technologies…[Read more]
Teaching ICT-related classes, this chart helps to clarify at what levels students could aim to analyze and explain an Internet site or technology: 1) The User Level: what can the site or technology be used for? 2) The Knowledge Level: what key technical terms need to be presented? 3) The Developer Level: how does the site or technology work? 4)…[Read more]
Opening keynote address on the conference theme of Global Digital Society: Impacts on Humanities and Social Sciences. The topic of disruptive technology and our calling suited the author’s background in online education and international faculty development. The author has also worked for the impact to go the other way, from the Humanities and…[Read more]
Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) syllabus for a class held in a computer lab in Osaka for the Kansai University Division of International Affairs Global Frontier (KUGF), classes for foreign exchange and domestic students together.
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