Tag Archive for South Africa

On Building a Digital Repository

By: Liz Timbs A year ago, I don’t think I could have participated in a roundtable on Digital Southern African Studies, because I still didn’t really feel like I knew what it meant to be a “digital scholar.” ¬†While I had attended George Mason University for my Master’s and knew, in general terms, about the work that was being done… Read more →

The Classroom and the Cloud

  By Peter Alegi   A couple of years ago I took the plunge into online teaching. It changed the way I teach. My classroom in the cloud was a small summer seminar on global soccer for undergraduate history majors. The first challenge was how to deliver content and stimulate discussion without the benefit of physically gathering face to face… Read more →