The digital history and pedagogy project: Creating an interpretative/pedagogical historical website
Internet and Higher Education Volume 8, Number 4, ISSN 1096-7516 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
The Digital History and Pedagogy Project (DHPP) is an interpretive/pedagogical collection of Web-based historical resources designed for use in inquiry-based learning in high school and university classrooms. It has been created by faculty and graduate students at a large urban college of education. This paper provides a rationale for the project rooted in current literature; presents a theoretical framework for this and other similar projects; and describes five current digital historical resources (DHRs) within the context of our framework.
Calandra, B. & Lee, J. (2005). The digital history and pedagogy project: Creating an interpretative/pedagogical historical website. Internet and Higher Education, 8(4), 323-333. Elsevier Ltd.
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