Asst Professor Liss LaFleur Featured in Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities
Assistant Professor of New Media Art, Liss LaFleur, is featured in Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities, published by MLA.
Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments, is a peer-reviewed text published by the Modern Language Association. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities includes a curated collection of reusable and remixable pedagogical artifacts for humanities scholars.
Liss LaFleur’s presentation and guidelines for a “Hack for Humanities” is both an excellent introduction to the idea of a hackathon and a set of concrete instructions for a specific hackathon theme. In “Hack for Humanities,” students must craft an innovation that augments our kindness, compassion, or empathy, thereby using technology to make an argument about social justice.