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On Some Limits of Apple’s Digital Pedagogical Vision

Regular readers of this blog will know that I am a cautious fan of the digital humanities. My fandom is based on a sense that digital technologies offer the potential for important—and in some cases revolutionary—new ways to produce and distribute humanistic knowledge.  My caution, on the other hand, has many roots.  I think an awful lot of digital-humanities talk is the chattering equivalent of vaporware. And, more significantly, like any other technology, the technologies broadly associated with the digital humanities can be used to serve good, or less good, ends. And in higher education today, the ends are, too Read more