Keynote: Prof. Stewart, “Digital Pedagogy in an Age of Algorithms: What do we DO about Data?”

We are pleased to announce that the keynote for our THATCamp will be by Professor Bonnie Stewart (University of Windsor).

Her talk, “Digital Pedagogy in an Age of Algorithms: What do we DO about Data?,” which is free and open to the public (even if you are not attending the rest of the day’s events) will be at 10:45 -noon in the Desmond Hall (Coady West Building Rm 120, St Francis Xavier University).

Bio: Bonnie Stewart (@bonstewart) is an educator and social media researcher interested in the implications of digital networks for institutions, for society, and for learning. Assistant Professor of Online Pedagogy and Workplace Learning, Bonnie has an extensive background in digital and experiential education, and in adult learning approaches. Founder and Director of Antigonish 2.0 and current Visiting Fellow (2018-2021) at University of the Arts London, UK, Bonnie was an early MOOC researcher and ethnographer of Twitter as an academic environment. Her current research interests include what it means to know, to learn, and to be a citizen in our current information ecosystem.

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About Laura Estill

Laura Estill is an Associate Professor of English and tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Digital Humanities at St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. She is editor of the World Shakespeare Bibliography ( and DEx: A Database of Dramatic Extracts ( Her monograph, Dramatic Extracts in Seventeenth-Century English Manuscripts: Watching, Reading, Changing Plays, appeared in 2015. With Diane Jakacki and Michael Ullyot, she coedited Early Modern Studies after the Digital Turn (2016). Her work has appeared in journals and books such as Digital Humanities Quarterly, Shakespeare Quarterly, Huntington Library Quarterly, Studies in English Literature, Digital Literary Studies, Shakespeare and Textual Studies, and The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare, to name a few. She enjoys going for walks with her dogs, Zissou and Katniss, and snuggling with her cat, Bright Eyes.

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