#CA14 eLearning Part I

New Approaches to eLearning in Classics, a two-part panel at the Classical Association Conference, Nottingham 13th to 16th April, 2014.

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  1. New Approaches to eLearning in Classics
    Panel convener: Bartolo Natoli (Texas)

    Part 1
    Bartolo Natoli (Texas) Grounding Classics Pedagogy in the Theory of eLearning
    Simon Mahony (UCL) Open Educational Resources and their Place in Teaching and Research for Classics
    Moss Pike (Harvard-Westlake School, California) Gamification in Classics

    Part 2 (see separate story)
    James Robson & Mair Lloyd (Open University) eLearning for Ancient Languages in UK Universities
    Sonya Nevin (Roehampton) Animating Ancient Greek Vases: panoply.org.uk
    Andrew Reinhard (ASCS Athens) Classics Subversion = Classics Immersion: Why Grammar, Vocabulary, and Reading Aren’t Enough


  2. You can see the second part of the panel here:
  3. New Approaches to eLearning in Classics (Part I)

  4. Bartolo Natoli (Texas) Grounding Classics Pedagogy in the Theory of eLearning

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