Tag: Digital Scholarship

Engaging with landscapes is often from an ‘in person’ experience where one can experience the sights, smells, and sounds of the land; however, there are many aspects of landscapes that are invisible to us on the surface. My research focuses …

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“When students struggle with their schoolwork, feel excluded or frustrated with the courses [and contents or projects], what determines whether they will give up or embrace the challenge and work on to overcome it?” (Yeager and Dweck, 2012). According to …

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Though COVID-19 has forced many to adapt to digital tools, food historians seem to be seasoned citizens in the world of technology. Long before 2020, there were food history websites, blogs, podcasts and Youtube channels created by history enthusiasts and …

Jumbles- Digital Tools & Historical Recipe Reconstruction. Read More »

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