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2.1  Pedagogies for abundance

The extract focuses on just one aspect of how teaching is affected by digital scholarship: abundant content. Several pedagogical approaches are listed as ways of making the most appropriate use of this abundance.

Activity _unit6.2.1 Activity 2  Your favoured approach

Timing: Allow about 30 minutes

Having read the extract do you favour one pedagogy as the best approach for taking advantage of abundant content? If, so, which one and why? If not, why not? Share your thoughts on your blog or make some notes.

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