We seek to exchange existing ideas and approaches to thinking about technology among researchers in the humanities.
This is done with a view to strengthening our own teaching across the humanities, but also, in time, develop new courses and modules directed at both students in the humanities as well as other faculties.
Moreover, education itself is an activity that is shaped by technologies. Almost a century ago, Sidney Pressey invented machines for teaching, and the interest in applying modern technologies to universities and schools has not subsided. This offers the possibilityfor scholars in the humanities to partake in the development of educational technologies, as well as emphasize and explore the values such technologies should embody.
Existing courses on technology: