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Paul Hyland shares his failure learning moment.  HISTSOTL members David Pace, Mills Kelly and Geoff Timmins also in shot.

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10th May 2013

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Special access to Arts and Humanities in Higher Education archives, featuring its history collection

Arts and Humanities in Higher Education has launched its first virtual collection of papers drawn from the journal over the years.  The first collection is in history and with an...

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10th Jan 2013

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Call for articles for forthcoming issue of Academic Exchange Quarterly

The following was posted on H-Net: We welcome manuscripts on teaching any historical subject, time period, or region. Here are some questions that may be addressed... other questions as well...

making sense

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17th Jul 2012

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New history guide

See www.bitingduckpress.com for a forthcoming new reference book on how to study history.   “Making Sense in History” provides a guide for history students and teachers. This work provides descriptions...

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30th Nov 2010

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History for our children?

Hello all, I am wondering if anyone would like to share ideas on how to make the study of history fun for young people. I had a real dearth of schooling...

John Tagg to speak at Indiana University

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12th Oct 2010

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John Tagg to speak at Indiana University

John Tagg, co-author with Robert Barr of “From Teaching to Learning: A New Paradigm for Higher Education,” will be speaking at Indiana University on Friday 15 October 2010.  Tagg’s talk...

Robert J. Thompson to present paper at Indiana University September 17th

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27th Aug 2010

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Robert J. Thompson to present paper at Indiana University September 17th

Dr. Robert J. Thompson, of Duke University’s department of Psychology and Neuroscience, is starting Indiana University’s SOTL events for the 2010 – 2011 year.  The title of Dr. Thompson’s talk...

Financial Rewards for Successful Teaching?

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23rd Aug 2010

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Financial Rewards for Successful Teaching?

Checkout a post on edwired, T. Mills Kelly’s blog about all things education, history, and digital.  Kelly notes that while end-of-semester course surveys have gotten better, they still do not...