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Shaping Online Spaces Through Online Humanities Curricula

Shaping Online Spaces Through Online Humanities Curricula
Author(s)/Editor(s): Julie Tatlock (Mount Mary University, USA)
Copyright: ©2023
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-4055-1
ISBN13: 9781668440551
ISBN10: 1668440555
EISBN13: 9781668440575


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The advent of the COVID-19 pandemic plunged large numbers of students and faculty across the world into online learning with little to no warning or experience. This leaves a ripe situation to assess how far online learning has come, what pitfalls people have experienced, what new insights have emerged, and new thoughts for future development.

Shaping Online Spaces Through Online Humanities Curricula reexamines online learning best practices in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. The text highlights successes and failures and suggests future ideas to produce excellent online education in humanities disciplines. Covering topics such as adult education, multicultural literature, and virtual learning environments, this premier reference source is a dynamic resource for administrators and educators of both K-12 and higher education, pre-service teachers, teacher educators, government officials, instructional designers, librarians, researchers, and academicians.

Author's/Editor's Biography

Julie Tatlock (Ed.)

Julie Tatlock currently chairs the Department of Justice, Sociology and History at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee, WI. She has presented and published several articles/chapter on best practices in online pedagogy. In addition, Julie Tatlock was part of a Mellon Foundation grant to take an in-depth look at digital learning in the humanities. Her interests are primarily in finding new and creative ways to engage students in good online research and writing as well as creating unique online education spaces. Her other primary research areas are in British History and World History.


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