The Week in Digital Learning News From ‘Inside Higher Ed’

A platform to speed publication of digital humanities projects; "New Models for Educational Materials," and lessons learned from HASTAC.

April 4, 2018

Inside Higher Ed covered the following developments relevant to digital learning this week:

  • The University of Minnesota Press has launched a free, open-source platform for digital monographs, called Manifold, to enable faster publication of digital humanities projects.
  • Inside Higher Ed published a new, free compilation of articles on "New Models for Educational Materials."
  • How has one of the oldest academic social networks avoided the fate that is befalling Facebook right now? Lindsay McKenzie examines lessons learned from the Humanities, Arts, Science and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory.
  • Inside Higher Ed will hold a conference this month examining how colleges are engaging in deep collaboration, up to and including outright mergers. Among the topics to be explored are efforts to share academic programs through the use of digital technologies.


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