I am PhD student in need of your help. My research needs volunteers-- historians and students--to participate in a study. You do not have to be teaching this semester to participate. You do not need to have ever taught about the subject of my case study, Lucie Aubrac, to participate. You only need a willingness to contribute your time and thoughts to help me develop new digital teaching tools. Please read more here and reach out to me if you have questions. Thank you.
I am an international Ph.D. student in the interdisciplinary Texts & Technology program at the University of Central Florida. My dissertation, tentatively titled "Design-Based Research Case Study of Lucie Aubrac and the French Resistance: Multimedia Flipped Learning Approach for Difficult History Learning and Historical Empathy," seeks to improve the teaching of difficult history by designing digital learning tools, which depending on your input could include websites, games, mobile apps, and technologies such as augmented and virtual realities (AR & VR). Any historian may participate. Any history majors over eighteen years old may participate. Please share this information and the link with students who might be interested in participating.
Sahar Eissa, ABD
UCF Texts and Technology PhD candidate