#CA14 eLearning Part II

New Approaches to eLearning in Classics, a two-part panel at the Classical Association Conference, Nottingham 14th April, 2014.

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

    Part 1 (see separate story)
    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
    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. James Robson & Mair Lloyd (Open University)
    eLearning for Ancient Languages in UK Universities

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