The National Humanities Center collaborates with partners, scholars, and subject matter experts to provide virtual courses that allow educators to explore a relevant topic over five to six weeks. Participants actively engage with course materials and colleagues, expanding their own knowledge, skills, and dispositions, and developing customized educational resources.
About Our Instructors
Each course is developed with an established scholar in the field, who helps develop activities and provides resources for group discussions and individual research. Our goal is to facilitate a learning experience that will result in classroom-ready instructional materials. Our instructor pool is comprised of experienced, talented educators and scholars in humanities education.
Become an Instructor
The National Humanities Center is expanding its Humanities in Class online course offerings for the 2019–20 academic year and is accepting applications from experienced and talented educators. To be considered please submit the instructor application and a copy of your résumé in one (1) PDF document with the title “Your Last Name, Online Instructor Application” and email it to Mike Williams at email@example.com by June 1, 2019 at 5pm.
Current and Upcoming Courses
For more information, contact Libby Taylor, Coordinator of Education Programs.