ERIC Number: EJ667330
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2002
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Digital Technologies and Pedagogies.
Weis, Tracey M.; Benmayor, Rina; O'Leary, Cecilia; Eynon, Bret
Social Justice, v29 n4 p153-67 2002
Shares four college professors' experiences using new media to change approaches to teaching and learning. In their classes, students conduct archival research on African American history in Web-based sites, then construct collaborative interpretations in PowerPoint; incorporate digital storytelling (within a Latina Life Stories class); construct digital histories (often family histories); and conduct oral histories with peers and develop electronic portfolios. (SM)
Descriptors: Blacks, Computer Uses in Education, Diversity (Student), Educational Technology, Higher Education, Hispanic Americans, History Instruction, Immigrants, Multicultural Education, Oral History, Slavery, Story Telling, Teaching Methods
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
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