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Submissions from 2019

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Digital Pedagogy: Bright Global Futures, Ross Anderson and Zach Boever

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Digital Pedagogy: Using and Citing Images, Carol Brash

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What are Digital Technologies in the Humanities and Social Sciences?, Sophia Geng

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Digital Pedagogy: More Economic Facts and Better Economic Facts: Analyzing US Trade Patterns Using the Commerce and Navigation Reports, Louis D. Johnston

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Money Smart for Students, Louis D. Johnston and Chris Farrell

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Money Smart Second Half of Life, Louis D. Johnston and Chris Farrell

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Digital Pedagogy: Advanced Techniques in Canvas Courses, Adam Konczewski and Cathy Robak

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Digital Pedagogy: Digital Artifacts/Museums, Brittany Merritt

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Digital Pedagogy: Podcast, Brittany Merritt

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Digital Possibilities: Python, John Meyerhofer

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Digital Possibilities: vHMML, John Meyerhofer

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Digital Possibilities: Digital Publishing, Kathy Parker

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Digital Possibilities: Open Education Resource, Gretchen Starks-Martin

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What a Modern Monk Does: Digital Preservation of Manuscripts From The World's Most Threatened Communities, Columba OSB Stewart

Submissions from 2017

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Integrative pedagogy and foreign language learning, Adam Konczewski, Patricia Bolanos-Fabres, and Ana Conboy

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A Proposition Concerning Survival: Black Students Occupy the SJU President's Office, Peggy L. Roske and Kenneth M. Jones

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Author rights, open access, and you!, Diana Symons and Jonathan D. Carlson

Submissions from 2016

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Faith, Civilization & Education: Establishing a Benedictine Culture on the Frontier, Peggy Landwehr Roske

Submissions from 2013

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Assessing Students' Research Methods: What Can We Learn?, Sarah Gewirtz, Jim Parsons, and Miranda Novak

Submissions from 2009

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The 2009 Benedictine Heritage Tour: Overview of the experience, Lisa M. Lindgren, Brian Jose, Doris Matter, Carol Johannes, and Peggy L. Roske