Today’s What We’re Reading features a new perspective on the History Engine, forecasting an all digital-born world, one school’s difficult fight with history, and much more!
Robert Nelson for Inside Higher Ed takes a look at Ed Ayers’s History Engine tool, and compares it to other online pedagogical tools, such as MOOCs.
Ian Milligan offers a lightning talk from a conference in Hannover, Germany, about preparing historians for an age when their primary sources will be born digital and web-based.
AHA Executive Director James Grossman pens an essay (a takeoff from his December Perspectives column) for Inside Higher Ed on reforms and the issues of bundling.
A story about the politics of memory as one school board votes to rename one of its schools after decades of debate.