This collection of original essays discusses the implications of the new media for the creation, delivery and assessment of English studies. Strategies by which digital technologies can serve professional, scholarly and pedagogical needs in a completely new way are explored in the context of the role and mission of humanities in the electronic age.
|Publication date:||21st March 2006|
|Author:||Michael Hanrahan, Deborah L. Madsen|
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA|
|Categories:||Language teaching theory & methods, Ethical & social aspects of IT,|
BRYAN ALEXANDER National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education, Middlebury College, Vermont, USA ANDREW BOOTH Director, Flexible Learning Development Unit, Professor of On-Line Learning in the School of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Leeds, UK LISA BOTSHON Associate Professor, University of Maine, Augusta, USA DOROTHEA FISCHER-HORNUNG Lecturer, University of Heidelberg, Germany WOLFGANG HOLTKAMP Lecturer, University of Stuttgart, Germany CHRISTOPHER KELTY Assistant Professor, Rice University, Texas, USA STUART LEE Head of the Learning Technologies Group, Oxford University, UK DAVID LINDLEY Professor, University of Leeds, UK LEON LITVACK Reader, Queen's University Belfast, UK ALAN LIU Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA ...More About Michael Hanrahan, Deborah L. Madsen