Teaching with TypeWright: An English Class in the Computer Lab

  • Lindsey Eckert Georgia State University
Keywords: pedagogy, digital humanities, mediation, 18th-century literature, technology,

Abstract

This article offers a teaching reflection about using the digital tool TypeWright in an undergraduate classroom. It outlines how the tool was used and the resulting learning outcomes; it ultimately suggests that TypeWright can be integrated effectively into non-specialist undergraduate courses.

Author Biography

Lindsey Eckert, Georgia State University
Lindsey Eckert, formerly a PhD Candidate in English and Book History at the University of Toronto, completed her dissertation, "Romantic Authorship and the Failures of Familiarity, 1784-1834." She has since become Assisant Professor in the Department of English at Georgia State University.
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2015-09-11
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