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    STUDIA DIGITALIA - Issue no. 1 / 2020  
         
  Article:   REVIEW: ANNA WING-BO TSO, DIGITAL HUMANITIES AND NEW WAYS OF TEACHING, SINGAPORE: SPRINGER, 2019, 249 P..

Authors:  ANISIA IACOB.
 
       
         
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Published Online: 2020-12-08
pp. 71-74
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As countries across the globe face the COVID-19 crisis, the topic of the digital humanities might be of special interest. Undeniably, the use of digital means to teach across the globe increased due to this, making the digitization an important process that offers useful resources. According to Britannica, humanities are traditionally seen as the disciplines that deal with human activity and culture, having their roots in the ancient Greek concept of paideia. Today, the digital humanities stand for the combination of digital tools and means with traditional humanist disciplines. This book is part of the Digital Culture and Humanities series by Springer and aims to provide a broad picture on how humanities are impacted, expanded and challenged in the age of technology in Asia and the Pacific region.
 
         
     
         
         
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