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The Visible Knowledge Project

The Visible Knowledge Project

The Visible Knowledge Project (VKP) was a collaborative scholarship of teaching and learning project exploring the impact of technology on learning, primarily in the humanities. In all, about seventy faculty from twenty-two institutions participated in VKP from 2000-2005. The heart of the VKP website is a library of articles and essays entitled The Difference that Inquiry Makes: A Collaborative Case Study of Technology and Teaching (SoTL) from the Visible Knowledge Project.: The first, an article, is an extended synthesis of findings which is followed by 19 project essays. Finally, there are 4 articles written by key stakeholders in the field of pedagogy and technology. A good place to start is to read the Themes & Findings page. There is a digital storytelling multimedia archive associated... Show More


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