Digital Humanities Pedagogy
A six-week blended learning program, the Digital Humanities Pedagogy endorsement guides faculty through determining the most appropriate digital humanities approach for their course, reviewing resource modules for DH methods and tools, and integrating instruction into a new or existing course. Module topics include general introductions to DH, collections & exhibits, digital publishing, geospatial humanities, network analysis, data analysis, text analysis, text encoding, and visualization. Upon completion, participants will have a plan for course integration with segments of the IR portfolio completed and for pursuing additional training in the method or tool they will be teaching if needed.
- Identify the DH approach most appropriate for integration into a new or existing graduate or undergraduate course;
- Develop a plan for course design or redesign that considers access and inclusion, defines learning objectives, scaffolds instruction, outlines assignment(s), and specifies form of assessment (formal, informal, peer); and
- Determine requirements (e.g. software, hardware, infrastructure, funding, training, resources) for implementation.
- All faculty and GTAs are eligible to participate in this endorsement. To participate, go to the registration page linked below.
- Attendance is mandatory at three sychronous workshops and an individual consultation session (6 hours)
- Participants must complete three brainstorming responses for the self-study modules on Carmen (6-9 hours)
- Participants must draft sections I. and II. of the IR Portfolio to prepare for Implementation
The next Digital Humanities Pedagogy workshop series starts on April 22, 2021. More informaion and the registration link can be found on the University Libraries website.
For more information and registration visit the Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop Series page on the University Libraries website.