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Latest publications:
Toward an Inclusive Humanities of the Digital in Schools: The Sagittarius Literature Digitizing Project

This paper traces the development of our SAGITTARIUS Literature Digitizing Project on Bernard Shaw and advocates the imminent need to develop inclusive humanities of the digital for multicultural schools.

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Published online: March 25, 2016

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The International Journal of Humanities Education , Volume 14, Issue 2, June 2016

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Auto/ethnography: A Pathway to Share the Story

This paper discusses a research methodology that provided a pathway to venerate my professional and personal experiences as a white teacher living and learning in black communities.

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Published online: January 22, 2016

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Culture, Critics, and the Classroom: The Dynamics of Textual Choice

This study traces literary canon formation in action, substantiating the view that textual richness explains why some texts continue to be studied in meaningful ways across critical paradigms.

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Published online: January 22, 2016

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A Reflection on the Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Liberal Arts Education

This paper postulates on various alternatives that the traditional liberal arts genome could adopt to survive and flourish within a depressed economy and an ensuing “adapt or die” educational paradox.

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Published online: December 22, 2015

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Can e-Assessment Be the Key? Moodle Testing System: A Case in Study

This paper introduces the phenomenon of e-assessment: its definition, its features, its advantages, and its pitfalls using the Moodle testing system as a case in study.

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Published online: December 22, 2015

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The International Journal of Humanities Education , Volume 14, Issue 1, March 2016

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The Freedom to Be: The Humanities in a Digital Age

The “freedom to be” is an answer to James Truslow Adam’s complaint about the state of American education. Dewey and Gumbrecht show us a solution to this problem.

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Published online: October 9, 2015

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Future Language Teachers’ Profile and their Use of Mobile Media for Educational Purposes

This paper presents the results of a research project which attempts to understand future language teachers’ profiles, by investigating their use of mobiles and tablets as learning and teaching tools.

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Published online: October 9, 2015

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American Indian Educational Attainment

American Indians have the lowest educational attainment rates of any group in the United States. Researchers have attributed this educational disparity to the lack of cultural relevance in educational settings.

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Published online: October 9, 2015

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