17 September 2020, 10 am BST and 5 pm SGT
Digital Theatre+ and the ASA are delighted to invite you to a webinar exploring some of the ways the study of Shakespeare has become increasingly accessible through digital resources and online delivery to students around the world. Shakespeare scholar and digital pioneer Christie Carson has assembled an exciting panel of speakers working in a range of collaborative contexts who will present ideas, inspiration and best practice in teaching Shakespeare Online.
The panel includes:
- Henry Bell (Sheffield Hallam University) and Amy Borsuk (Queen Mary University of London) – discussing 10 case studies of teaching from all over the world
- Erin Sullivan and Abigail Rokison-Woodall (both Shakespeare Institute, Stratfordupon-Avon) – looking at the online provision offered by the Shakespeare Institute, before, during and after the pandemic
- Yong Li Lan and Roweena Yip (both National University of Singapore) – on their online approach to a course based on the A|S|I|A database
- Janelle Jenstad (University of Victoria) – on the work of Internet Shakespeare Editions on Shakespeare’s life and times, plays, and his plays in performance.
- Talia Rodgers (Editorial Director, Higher Education, Digital Theatre) – on the provision of productions and related educational materials on DT+