digital humanities, pedagogy, ancient Mediterranean, classics, history, archaeology, antiquity
This is the appendix for the article "Digital Media and Online Resources in Ancient Mediterranean Teaching".
This article presents a state-of-the-field assessment of the use of digital resources and tools in ancient Mediterraneanstudies teaching. This includes a presentation of the results of a recent survey focusing on pedagogical practices and multimedia use among ancient Mediterranean studies professionals and an overview of the benefits and challenges of incorporating rich-format media and digital resources into learner-centred curricula. The article also provides a summary of methodological approaches that can enhance learning retention and promote authentic and deep learning, with the goal of empowering students to think critically about the ancient past and their modern world.
Johnston, Christine L. and Gardner, Chelsea A.M., "Digital Media and Online Resources in Ancient Mediterranean Teaching: Survey Structure and Questions" (2023). History Faculty and Staff Publications. 87.
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