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The future of teaching digital public history

In the following text, Mills Kelly (George Mason University; currently Fulbright Scholar at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz) is going to discuss the benefits and opportunities of digital public history (DPH) courses. The author is reflecting on his experience teaching DPH courses and how they offer students a wide range of career paths and choices beyond traditional academic or museum settings. The author notes that students are drawn to DPH because it allows them to engage with the public and make a meaningful impact, but also recognizes that students want even more from their education. The text focuses on shared authority and collaboration and the challenges of collaboration within DPH projects. Overall, the author is advocating for the importance of digital...

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