Using Blogs, Social Networking, YouTube, and MoreTopics related to using blogs and social networking in women's studies have been covered in Feminist Collections.
Free sources of moving images and videos have also been covered: “Do You YouTube?" Using Online Video in Women’s Studies Courses" [from v. 30, no. 2 (Spring 2009)], YouTube in Women's Studies [from v. 29, no. 1 (Winter 2008)] "A Torrent of Moving Images: Free Online Videos for Women’s Studies," [from v. 29, n. 3-4 (Summer-Fall 2008)
You might also want to try a YouTube Search "women's studies"
Older Articles About Incorporating Technology into Teaching Women's Studies
- "Campus Culture: Wild Card in Distance Education", by Nancy Bayne, in Feminist Collections 20 (1), Fall 1998.
- "Digital Feminism: Reaching Women Through Web-Based Courses," by Melissa Alsgaard, in Feminist Collections 22 (1), Fall 2000.
- Interactive Video and Female Learning: Implications for a Feminized Profession," by Debra Gold Hansen and Sheri D. Irvin, in Feminist Collections 17 (2), Winter 1996.
- The Journal of Distance Education has published several articles on women/women's studies and distance education. Search for "women."
- "Making Connections With a Listserv," by Kari Boyd McBride and Ruth Dickstein, in Computers & Text 12 (July 1996), a journal that ceased publication in 2000.
- "Reaching and Teaching Women on the Web: The Challenge of Barriers and Bottom Lines, " by Gillian M. Joseph, in The Canadian Journal of University Continuing Education/Revue canadienne de l'éducation permanante universitaire, Vol. 25 (1), Fall/Automne 1998 (18p.pdf)
- "Teaching, Learning, and Distance Education in Women's Studies," by Margaret Rozga, in Feminist Collections 19 (1), Fall 1997.
- "Women's Studies and Information Technology" special issue of Feminist Collections 17 (2), Winter 1996