Courses 2016 · IN
- Analyzing and Presenting Spatial Data
- Building and Sustaining a Digital Humanities Center
- Database Design for Visualization and Analysis
- Digital Pedagogy and Networked Learning
- Embodied Computing
- Exploring Humanities Textual Data with R
- Getting Started with Data, Tools, and Platforms
- High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship
- Humanities Programming
- Text Analysis from Object to Interpretation
- Working with Scalar
Many argue digital humanities is about building stuff and sharing stuff, reframing the work we do in the humanities as less consumptive and more curatorial—less solitary and more collaborative. In this workshop, participants will experiment with ways technology can be used to build learning communities within the classroom, while also thinking about how we can connect our students to a much larger global classroom. We’ll start at the level of the syllabus, thinking about how we organize and structure hybrid courses and digital assignments, before delving into specific tools and critical orientations to technology.
Participants should expect that the workshop will be hands-on, collaborative, and iterative; we will be using and building, experimenting with the pedagogy we are learning, making our learning environment as we go. The course has no prerequisites. We will work together across skill levels, experimenting with new tools, while adapting and remixing our pedagogies. This isn’t about digital tricks or gimmicks, but a profound re-examination of how we teach. The conference generally uses the #HILT2016 hashtag on Twitter, and we will be using #DPNL16 for this course.
Undergraduate Library Room 2115J