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In keeping with the SCJ Book Review Office’s tradition of sponsoring pedagogy essays in the SCJ and panels at the SCSC and other conferences, we will publish a special supplement to volume 51 (2020) devoted to teaching in the age of SARS CoV-19. This special Early Modern Classroom supplement will appear online at escj.org, open access, and articles will be posted as they become available, beginning in the summer of 2020. The published submissions will be peer reviewed.

We invite submissions of ca. 1200-word essays that address any of the following questions:

  1. What have you learned from shifting teaching to fully online platforms?  How will any lessons learned inform your teaching once face-to-face instruction resumes?
  2. How does the early modern world specifically lend itself to online teaching?  What specific case studies work well in an online environment, or highlight issues that connect with the global pandemic?
  3. What role does digital, shareable content play in your classes, either for analysis/discussion or as student-created projects?

Send submissions by June 15 to either wleeson@roanoke.edu or scj@roanoke.edu

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