Teaching “Disaster” in the Classroom: A Workshop with Teach 3.11 Date: 22 March 2013 Time: 2:00 – 3:30pm Workshop leader: Lisa Onaga (Nanyang Technological University) Deadline for submitting materials: 15 March 2013 Venue: Research Division Seminar Room (AS7-06-42), Level 6, The Shaw Foundation Building, National University of Singapore To register, please email email@example.com The somber… Continue reading Teaching “Disaster” in the Classroom: A Workshop with Teach 3.11
Here is a list of useful web resources for teaching with the history of science, medicine, and technology in Asia. We will update this list regularly with new content, so make sure to check back! Please add links that we've missed in the Comments and we'll incorporate them into the list. Thanks! 1. General: - … Continue reading Teaching Resources: Web Links and Podcasts
New Books in East Asian Studies and New Books in Science, Technology, and Society publish podcasts of interviews with the authors of new books, many of which are of interest to the history and social study of science, medicine, and technology in Asia. We’ll try to post regular updates to this list, but for the… Continue reading Resource: New Books Network Podcasts on Sci/Med/Tech in Asia
The following syllabi represent courses devoted to science, medicine, and technology in Asia, as well as courses that incorporate these themes in an important way. New submissions will be added as they come in, so check back for updates! We only post a syllabus if it has been (a) submitted by the author, or (b)… Continue reading Teaching Resources: Syllabi
Over the next week, we will be posting a series of resources devoted to syllabi, websites, bibliographies, and other materials that will hopefully be helpful for anyone interested in teaching courses in the history of science, medicine, and technology in Asia, or just incorporating these topics into other courses. We will regularly update these resources… Continue reading Teaching Resources Week!
Teach 3.11 is upgrading and moving to a new server at the Humanities and Social Sciences Library of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. We’re planning to roll out a substantial redesign in January 2013 with better search features and greater technological capacity. Your input is important to us, so please contact us by the end of… Continue reading Teach 3.11 needs your input!