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  • CFP, "Teaching in the Time of Corona(virus)" 
    • World History Bulletin, Deadline April 30
  • Examples, Mentored UR That Can Be Accomplished in a Virtual Environment
    • Digital Cartographies of Spanish Detective Fiction | Nick Phillips and Margaret Giles (Grinnell College, 2018) 
      • Nick Phillips (assistant professor, Spanish, Grinnell College) and undergraduate Margaret Giles have amassed a large collection of maps for their project “Investigating Digital Cartographies of Spanish Detective Fiction.” These maps cover four different novels and can be utilized in two different courses.

    • The Great War through Women's Eyes
      • (Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies, Autumn 2017) | Michelle Moravec, Elizabeth Bolton, Kyah Hawkins, Sabringa Heggan, Jeel Rao, and Hope Smalley
      • How did women serving in World War I frame their encounters with mortality? While the sacrificial mother and the homefront sweetheart are familiar figures from the Great War, tens of thousands of American women who served overseas are left out of gendered depictions of sacrifice and loss. Although these valiant women willingly faced the dangers war brought, how they understood these experiences after the fact is less clear. An underutilized source, their wartime scrapbooks, provides insight into their responses. This article, the results of an honors undergraduate student project at Rosemont College, focuses on visual narratives of wartime nurses, two with Pennsylvania connections and one from New York, as examples of women’s efforts to record histories of a war from which they are too often excluded.

    • NSF DUE project. Collaborative Research: Google Earth for Onsite and Distance Education
      • Old Dominion U
      • This collaborative project builds on prior work to expand, augment and disseminate geoscience learning resources based on the affordances of the Google Earth virtual globe.
    • Passion-Driven Statistics
      • Wesleyan University
      • A multidisciplinary, project-based curriculum that supports students in conducting original research, asking original questions, and communicating methods and results using the language of statistics.
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