In April 2015, Routledge released Globally Networked Teaching in the Humanities: Theories and Practices
edited by Alexandra Schultheis Moore & Sunka Simon
This volume provides an overview and concrete examples of globally-networked learning environments across the humanities from the perspective of all of their stakeholders: teachers, instructional designers, administrators and students. By addressing logistical, technical, pedagogical and intercultural aspects of globally-networked teaching, this volume offers a unique perspective on this form of curricular innovation through internationalization. It speaks directly to the ways in which new technologies and pedagogies can promote humanities-based learning for the future and with it the broader essential skills of intercultural sensitivity, communication and collaboration, and critical thinking.
The book features chapters from the COIL Center's Jon Rubin and Sarah Guth, as well as participants from the COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities.
The book can be purchased directly from Routledge or from the usual online sellers.