Hybridizing Learning, Performing Interdisciplinarity: Teaching Digitally in a Posthuman Age

@inproceedings{Losh2009HybridizingLP,
  title={Hybridizing Learning, Performing Interdisciplinarity: Teaching Digitally in a Posthuman Age},
  author={Elizabeth M. Losh},
  year={2009}
}
This paper discusses how Southern California serves as a site of regional advantage for developing new hybridized forms of interdisciplinary pedagogy, because networks of educators in higher education are connected by local hubs created by intercampus working groups, multidisciplinary institutes funded by government agencies, and philanthropic organizations that fund projects that encourage implementation of instructional technologies that radically re-imagine curricula, student interaction… CONTINUE READING

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