Content creators: Laura Wilson and Bryce Mohr
Content creators: Christine Behling and Bryce Mohr
Content creators: Megan Boland and Megan Henning
Content creators: Bryce Mohr and Ben Hohl
Writing and Teaching History in the Digital Environment:
Inquiry-Driven Programs and Pedagogy for the K-12 and College Classroom
Programs Designed and Created by: Bryce Mohr, Megan Henning, Dr. Patricia Turner
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
Content creators: Bryce Mohr and Matthew Bergs
Content creators: Megan Henning and Cassandra Hampshire
Content creators: Megan Henning and Elizabeth Schmidt
Content creators: Makena Easker and Bryce Mohr
Special thanks to content creators Christine Behling, Matthew Bergs, Megan Boland, Makena Easker, Cassandra Hampshire, Megan Henning, Ben Hohl, Bryce Mohr, Elizabeth Schmidt, and Laura Wilson.
This project was made possible by funding from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Office of Research, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire History Department, the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Honors Department, and by the collective efforts of students in Honors 104: “History in Fiction, Fiction in History “(Spring 2013; Fall 2016).
Additional thanks to Bradford Patton and Tyler Schroeder of the UWEC Learning and Technology Services for their technical guidance.
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