Ready-to-Use Teaching Tools in and Beyond Japan Studies

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January 19 @ 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Cost: Free
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As academic institutions continue to embrace online and hybrid teaching models and we work to create and integrate digital tools into our pedagogy, keeping up with the technological landscape can be a challenge. This talk will introduce open-access teaching tools through the lens of Japan Studies, highlighting a variety of platforms, databases, and activities that, while created by or linked to scholarship related to Japan, can be used by any educator to enhance research and learning in the classroom.

This event is online only.


Dr. Paula R. Curtis is a historian of medieval Japan. She is presently the Yanai Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow and a Lecturer with the Department of Asian Languages & Cultures at UCLA. Her current book project focuses on metal caster organizations from the twelfth to sixteenth centuries and their relationships with elite institutions. In addition, Dr. Curtis engages in several online projects, including the Digital Humanities Japan initiative; an online database for digital resources related to East Asia; data analysis on employment opportunities in East Asia Studies; and the blog What can I do with a B.A. in Japanese Studies.


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Starts:
January 19 @ 7:30 pm
Ends:
January 19 @ 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Language:
English
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The Japan Foundation, Toronto
Phone:
416-966-1600
Email:
info_jftoronto@jpf.go.jp
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