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[//hcommons.org/ Humanities Commons] is a nonprofit digital commons that allows users to build public or private Wordpress websites and discussion forums for course discussion, personal academic websites, and public academic resources. It also provides an open access repository for sharing research, syllabi, and other materials.   
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[//hcommons.org/ Humanities Commons] is a nonprofit digital commons run by the Modern Language Association and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It allows users to build public or private Wordpress websites and discussion forums for course discussion, personal academic websites, and public academic resources. It also provides an open access Fedora-based repository for sharing research, syllabi, and other materials.   
  
 
== Use cases ==
 
== Use cases ==
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* [https://engl6560.hcommons.org/ English course 6560] taught by Amelia Chesley at Northwestern State.  
 
* [https://engl6560.hcommons.org/ English course 6560] taught by Amelia Chesley at Northwestern State.  
 
* [https://medievalbook.hcommons.org/ The Medieval Book course] taught by Marc Saurette at Carleton University.
 
* [https://medievalbook.hcommons.org/ The Medieval Book course] taught by Marc Saurette at Carleton University.
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=== Conference websites ===
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* [https://medievalaber.hcommons.org/ Medieval Aberystwyth] Annual conference website.
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=== Sharing and browsing syllabi ===
 
=== Sharing and browsing syllabi ===
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* Learning management systems  
 
* Learning management systems  
 
* Academia.edu
 
* Academia.edu
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* ResearchGate
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== Bibliography ==
 
== Bibliography ==

Revision as of 19:33, 3 April 2019

Humanities Commons is a nonprofit digital commons run by the Modern Language Association and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. It allows users to build public or private Wordpress websites and discussion forums for course discussion, personal academic websites, and public academic resources. It also provides an open access Fedora-based repository for sharing research, syllabi, and other materials.

Use cases

Public or private course websites

Conference websites


Sharing and browsing syllabi

How to use it

Replacement for

  • Learning management systems
  • Academia.edu
  • ResearchGate


Bibliography

  • Chapter on using blogs for student writing in the MLA Digital Pedagogy for Humanities by Diane K. Jakacki.
  • Interview in Scholarly Kitchen with MLA Humanities Commons founder Kathleen Fitzpatrick.

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