The Digital WHOmanities Project: Best Practices for Digital Pedagogy in the Pandemic Era
Keywords:digital pedagogy, digital humanities, distance learning, university of bologna, education
This paper aims to enter the ongoing debate about the criticalities of digital pedagogy through the presentation of Digital WHOmanities, a series of online conferences and workshops held at the University of Bologna. Distance learning has become one of the most discussed topics in educational institutions during the spread of Covid-19, revealing a discrepancy between the rapid development of technology and the ability of learning environments to adapt to this turn. In view of this ongoing debate, Digital WHOmanities tried to define the complex and multifaceted figure of the digital humanist and to provide a methodological framework that could foster further online academic initiatives. Specifically, the accurate organization of timing and contents and the adoption of synchronous and asynchronous approaches have highlighted the effectiveness of a flexible digital didactic.
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Copyright (c) 2021 Anna Sofia Lippolis, Davide Maria Apolloni, Milena Corbellini, Lucia Giagnolini, Francesca Mangialardo, Carlo Teo Pedretti, Eleonora Peruch, Giulia Renda, Mattia Spadoni
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