Clicking is Learning?

Educational Technology’s own, Megan Smeznik, wrote an article for the National Council on Public History about the challenges and the opportunities for crafting a digital history pedagogy. She emphasizes in the article about the importance of all those invested in the information community coming together and developing a holistic pedagogy that not only promotes scholarship but provides students with the skills they need to succeed beyond the academy. Please check out her article listed below.

Clicking is Learning? Musings on Crafting a Holistic Digital History Pedagogy