History Students and the 21st Century Skills



@Inside Higher Ed 4/20/15
Digital Studies will not “save” the humanities and social sciences, but we cannot stand still and ignore the digital skills students need to succeed in the 21st-century job market. Moving and still images, mapping, database storage and manipulation, as well as multimedia platforms enhance the study of the fields that are at the heart of a liberal arts education.

Digital Studies help to further engaged learning and application of traditional problem solving and analytical skills embedded in the humanities and social sciences. http://linkis.com/insidehighered.com/7WQIy


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