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Call for paper : Symposium : On distance learning of literature in higher education

Call for paper : Symposium : On distance learning of literature in higher education

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ūüϧ proposed by the project Erasmus+ Digiphilit

ūüďÖ Deadline for submission of proposals : July 1st 2022


The symposium is part of the educational activities of the DigiPhiLit project https://digiphilit.uantwerpen.be/ , which aims to raise awareness of Philippine literature in Spanish through different means, including through the creation of a MOOC. Therefore, priority will be given to proposals that have to do with the teaching of literature in the university environment, and its particular problems: the encouragement of reading and participation, the use of digital resources, plagiarism or evaluation are some of them, but there will also be room for issues related to more generic methodologies related to online learning such as the creation of visual aids, capturing the attention of students or the writing of scripts for video lectures.

This is specified in the following lines of interest :

‚󏬆¬† ¬†Online teaching of literature in higher education institutions.
‚󏬆¬† ¬†Distance methodologies of literature in higher education institutions.
‚󏬆¬† ¬†Synchronous and synchronous classes of literature in higher education institutions.
‚󏬆¬† ¬†Flipped-classroom and distance teaching of literature in institutions of higher education
‚󏬆¬† ¬†The construction of MOOCs
‚󏬆¬† ¬†Distance teaching of literature in special contexts: rural areas, hospitals, prisons, and so on.
‚󏬆¬† ¬†Solutions to problems of teaching literature at a distance (both methodological and circumstantial, e.g. related to bandwidth).
‚󏬆¬† ¬†The screen and the student body: ways of interacting and maintaining interest in the literature class in higher education institutions.
‚󏬆¬† ¬†Writing scripts for video lectures
‚󏬆¬† ¬†MOOCs and multimedia

We encourage interested people to send papers on these topics, which can be either case studies, presentations of projects or tools related to these topics or good practices among others. Papers will have a duration of 20 minutes. The symposium will be held in person at the University of Antwerp (Belgium).


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