The Visible Knowledge Project Publishes Synthesis of Findings and Case Studies in Academic Commons
In January 2009, the Visible Knowledge Project published eighteen case studies and synthesis of findings as an online volume through the site Academic Commons. The issue was edited by Randy Bass with Bret Eynon and an editorial group from the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) at Georgetown University, including Eddie Maloney, Susannah McGowan, John Rakestraw and Theresa Schlafly. The Academic Commons issue, in addition to the VKP synthesis, includes seven additional pieces on the future of learning and new media technologies in Web 2.0 environments.
The Visible Knowledge Project was a collaborative scholarship of teaching and learning project exploring the impact of technology on learning, primarily in the humanities. In all, about seventy faculty from twenty-two institutions participated in VKP. Learn more about the Visible Knowledge Project throughout this site:
- About the people and participants of the Visible Knowledge Project.
- Read the synthesis of findings from the Project, by Randy Bass and Bret Eynon
- Explore the gallery of projects, posters, and articles from VKP
- Read about new work, funded by the Teagle Foundation, building on the VKP findings and research framework
January 10, 2009