Is there any chance this might be recorded for viewing by people living in non-US time zones? I won't be very productive working between 1-4 am!
We are excited to announce our 2018 offering in our advanced online oral history workshop series, Sharpen Your Skills: Advanced E-Workshops. “Digital Tools for Oral History” will focus on a selection of innovative options and applications available to the twenty-first century oral historian. BUIOH Director Stephen Sloan and Senior Editor/Collection Manager Steven Sielaff will discuss software and web platforms (most of which are free/open source!) that will enable you to accomplish and enhance your project goals of preservation, access, curation, and dissemination.
Bloom's Taxonomy and Digital tools
Bloom's taxonomy is a tool which teachers use to help in the development of learning objectives. Bloom's taxonomy is also useful for designing classroom activities and assessments of student learning. It is one of the most basic and most important tools that teachers can use to promote student learning.
How to . . . Organize Your Project with Online Tools, Part I
By Kara Hisatake and Katie Trostel
Trello Image Example of Venice Ghetto project
A new blog post has been created as part of the "How-To" Blog Series: "How to ... Stay Motivated and Hold Yourself Accountable (A review of the Worldy App)." Please see our original announcement of the series (reposted below) for details, and be sure to join in the conversation here on H-Grad! We look forward to hearing your thoughts!
If you’re like me, getting back to dissertation writing after a long summer can be a challenge...
...particularly as the fall quarter tends to be full of other distracting tasks (Job market! Fellowship applications! Getting your teaching materials ready! Conference abstracts!)
AHA Session 42