Jamie Wood is Associate Professor of History in the School of History and Heritage at the University of Lincoln. He teaches and researches (mostly) on late antiquity and the early medieval period. Between completing his doctorate and taking up a postdoc he worked at an educational developer at the University of Sheffield, which ignited his passion for pedagogy, an interest that he's kept up ever since, publishing and presenting at numerous conferences, and spending a semester on a fellowship at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. You can find out more about his interest in digital history teaching at his blog, Making Digital History or on Twitter @MakDigHist.
- For more on the use of Talis Elevate (and active online reading more generally) in History and Heritage at the University of Lincoln, see: https://makingdigitalhistory.co.uk/read/talis-elevate/
- Some publications on annotation from Remi Kalir (Assistant Professor of Learning Design and Technology at the University of Colorado) and leader of the Annotate Your Syllabus project: http://remikalir.com/publications/
- Publications and other resources on digital reading from Jenae Cohn
Wood, Jamie. “Talis Elevate (promoting collaborative online reading),” Middle Ages for Educators, December 23, 2020. Accessed [date]. https://middleagesforeducators.princeton.edu//talis-elevate-promoting-collaborative-online-reading