Technology in the Humanities
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New educational technology provides both increasing pressure and exciting possibilities for teachers in the humanities. It has the power to absorb our time or free it, excite our students or alienate them. We are interested in publishing two types of articles on educational technology: first, ones describing how teachers are using smart classrooms, bulletin boards, PowerPoint, web logs, online photo archives, school-wide systems like Blackboard, or other technology to enhance traditional learning. We are also interested in articles that consider the theoretical, ethical, and budgetary impact of educational technology in all of its emerging forms. Preference will be given to newer forms such as blogs and wikis, but all innovative uses of technology will be considered. In addition, experiments need not be wholly successful to be of interest -- when well-analyzed, unexpected results can add to our knowledge as well.

Who May Submit:
Submissions are welcome from teachers, trainers, administrators, and graduate students (must have letter of support from his/her professor) who actively use computer-enhanced instruction, or who are in the process of adopting it.

Please identify your submission with keyword: TECHNOLOGY
Submission deadline:
On-going submission requests with cut-off date set by issue publication month.
See Regular and Short submission deadline in Submission Procedure.

Listservs: U Penn's Call for Papers, Phil-lit, and the Victoria list. 
I will also seek out listservs in other disciplines and periods,
particularly medieval and early modern history and literature.  

Individuals: Former colleagues at Georgia Tech, many of whom use wikis
regularly; Embry-Riddle's Vice President of Educational Technology;
colleagues at the University of California, Irvine, Rutgers, Chapman
University, and Cal State Fullerton.

Local institutions: Stetson University, Daytona Beach Community 
College, Florida State, and the University of Florida.   

Conferences: The Literature and Law Conference in Portland, Maine this
June; social software conferences in Sedona, AZ and Helsinki in June 
and July.  

Other: Link to my professional website at ERAU.


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