Ed’s Rules of Online Teaching, Part Three: “Wrangling Content”

This is my final (and hopefully still helpful) installment on my approaches to and experiences with teaching online, following Part One: “Managing Expectations” and Part Two: “Low Tech is the Best Tech.” Again, these are…

Ed’s Rules of Online Teaching, Part Two: “Low Tech is the Best Tech”

Building on yesterday’s post on “Managing Expectations,” today’s musings on teaching online are about how and why and when we use technology, what form does that technology take, and the benefits of thinking and doing…

Digitally Presenting at American Studies Association, November 9, 2017, Chicago, IL

In anticipation of the release of Disrupting the Digital Humanities, edited by Dorothy Kim and Jesse Stommel, published by Punctum Books, I am joining a number of the contributors to the volume in a roundtable…

“Automating Genders: Bodies, Media, and the Posthuman” Panel, PCAACA 2017, San Diego, CA

While at the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association (PCAACA) 2017 Annual Conference, I was also part of a panel “Automating Genders: Bodies, Media, and the Posthuman” with friends and colleagues Stevi Costa and Timothy Welsh. …