Digital Pedagogy: Omeka Medieval London

In the Spring 2015 semester, Prof. Maryanne Kowaleski taught an interdisciplinary capstone class on the archaeology and history of medieval London for Fordham University’s study abroad program in London, with the help of a grad assistant and Ph.D. candidate, Esther Liberman Cuenca. The course required students to use an open-access digital platform called Omeka to create two online exhibitions; one on a medieval object associated with London and the other on a site in medieval London. Kowaleski repeated the course in Fall 2017 at Fordham’s home campus, but with only a (slightly longer) object report, and under the rubric HIST 4654. The files below are the handouts designed to help students with the assignment.

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Guidelines and instructions, 2015

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MVST 4654 Medieval London: syllabus, 2015, Maryanne Kowaleski

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MVST 4654 Medieval London: bibliography for reports, 2015, Maryanne Kowaleski

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MVST 4654 Medieval London: Omeka report instructions, 2015, Maryanne Kowaleski

Guidelines and instructions, 2017

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HIST 4654 Medieval London: syllabus, 2017, Maryanne Kowaleski

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HIST 4654 Medieval London: instructions for object and site reports, 2017, Maryanne Kowaleski