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Oh good, we’re starting with a question mark at #DGMA19 just like the #GlobalMiddleAgesWAC syllabus. For this conference it’s being roughly definitely 500-1600 CE.
By "definitely" I meant "defined."
The focus on public-facing scholarship and creating resources available on makes #DGMA19 especially exciting--it's thrilling to be part of a conference that is making such an impact!
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Today in #GlobalMiddleAges course @washcoll going to introduce them to the StoryMaps platform, using these examples: and . Follow along using #GlobalMiddleAgesWAC as we use ArcGIS software to research & interpret the past! . Here's the Dropbox link to our course syllabus for #GlobalMiddleAgesWAC and you'll notice that part of the point of the course is to question what "Middle Ages" or "Global" means.
I am most definitely NOT an expert on #GlobalMiddleAges, but I want to acknowledge that fact and encourage students to step outside their own comfort zones. I've prepped SO MUCH for this class, but I'm not building on as much prior knowledge as I usually have!
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