The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy promotes open scholarly discourse around critical and creative uses of digital technology in teaching, learning, and research.

As a member of the editorial collective, and the current editor of the “Assignments” section (previously served as “Tool Tips” editor), I work closely and carefully with our authors to help them realize their visions and communicate effectively with our JITP readers. I am proud to have edited the following submissions:

A. Miller, “Visualization Praxis: Data Visualization with an Interdisciplinary Advantage.”

Sarah L. Townsend, Ulysses Here and Now: Using Twitter to Teach Experimental Literature.”

Tracy Bartel, “YouTube and Glogster: From On-the-Ground to Online and into the School Classroom.”

Anne E. Pfister and David Wilson, “Observations Through Photovoice: Interactive Digital Assessment and Authentic Learning Beyond the Lecture Hall.”

Stephen Klein, “How I learned how to Stop Worrying and Pickle Websites: The Art of Fermenting the Web with Archive-It and Webrecorder”