Connecting Digital and Analogue Pedagogy
HYBRID PEDAGOGY: This one’s something of a mind-bender but the idea is original and refreshing. Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Teaching and Technology is an “academic and networked journal that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in education.” This three-part series on hybridity dives into a deep explanation; the underlying notion is that “all learning is necessarily hybrid,” and the journal maintains a special focus on how best to negotiate physical and digital learning spaces.
The journal is divided into seven major categories: Hybridity, Digital Pedagogy, Online Learning, Collaboration, Open EDU, Scholarship, and Theory, plus a #digped section for tracking relevant activity in the Twitterverse.
The site currently reports that “the peer review process is being peer-reviewed” but you can submit short-form articles and multimedia works that explore ideas around analog and digital pedagogy. And here's a fun Twitter-derived interview with Ms. Audrey Watters, who is wrestling with the meaning--and intrinsic value--of MOOCs.