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May 03, 2023

New Episode: Presidential History and Digital Pedagogies

Writing about web page https://open.spotify.com/episode/0FSi6N6Uc1lICgk044UgwS?si=bKXxryr4SKiwygwLuCF_8Q

After a short break, we're back with the latest in our series of author interviews on the podcast.

Once more we bring you a discussion with one of our past authors. This time I am talking with journal author Rebecca Stone about her paper Scaling Up: The pedagogical legacy of Then & Now, as well as her work on US presidential history – especially pertaining to Harry Truman. The episode moves on to discuss pandemic lessons for effective digital pedagogies - both online and in the classroom, as well as an exploration of why it can be good in the long term for students to learn about trying and failing. As always, we touch on personal publishing experiences - good and bad - alongside offering some advice for early career and first-time academic authors in publishing a journal article.

Listen in here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/0FSi6N6Uc1lICgk044UgwS?si=bKXxryr4SKiwygwLuCF_8Q

As it's a long chat - here's the episode index so listeners can jump straight to the bit they're most interested in.

  • 00:00: Opening
  • 00:49: Introductions
  • 02:48: Article Perspectives
  • 06:15: Lockdown Pivot
  • 14:52: Harry Truman & Higher Education
  • 20:55: Post-Pandemic Digital Pedagogies
  • 31:50: Publishing Horror Stories
  • 39:02: Publishing Advice
  • 43:03: Outro

As always, you can find past episodes on the journal pages: https://exchanges.warwick.ac.uk/index.php/exchanges/podcast


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