Technology and Teaching Links

ProfHacker shares the latest Teaching Carnival (4.3), which includes an array of links related to pedagogy and technology.

There’s a new blog dedicated to the use of technology to bridge global divides in education, New Testament Scholarship Worldwide (HT Tom Verenna). It features a number of familiar and famous names from the realm of New Testament scholarship.

Also of interest, Inside Higher Ed has a piece on how a professor and students in Minnesota returned the favor to a preacher who decided to do some public preaching on their campus. They staged a silent protest at his church.

There’s also much that is of interest on this topic at The Digital Immigrant, including a round-up of his own, and a post (with a cartoon) that asks just how far digitization of libraries should go:

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