Digital Pedagogy Series: Practitioners on teaching & research with digital technologies
September 20, 2018
The Wired! Lab is pleased to be a cosponsor with the Franklin Humanities Institute for the Representing Migration Humanities Lab’s fall event series on digital pedagogy. Wired! Director Paul Jaskot and Digital Humanities Specialist Hannah Jacobs will be panelists at the October 19th Digital Research in Progress session. Registration is open to Wired! students and affiliates while seats are available. RSVP to kel32[at]duke.edu.
Introduction to Digital Pedagogy Options at Duke
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 | 12:00-1:30PM | 314 Allen Bldg
This presentation will help you lay the groundwork for using digital tools in the humanities classroom. Brian Norberg (Trinity Technology Services) and Amanda Starling Gould (Franklin Humanities Institute) will introduce digital pedagogy tools, digital humanities assignments, and digital resources for instructors and graduate researchers at Duke.
Digital Pedagogy Roundtable
Friday, September 28, 2018 | 11:00AM-12:30PM | 218 Perkins Library
Moderated by Brian Norberg (Trinity Technology Services) and Liz Milewicz (Digital Scholarship Services), this session will feature presentations from and discussions with graduate students, recent graduates, and faculty who are teaching in a range of disciplines with a variety of digital technologies: from eco-critical digital humanities to visual studies and data science to literature and art history to classical studies. Methods discuss include digital archive and exhibition building with Omeka and Neatline and interactive visual storytelling with TimelineJS, among other topics. Presenters are Amanda Starling Gould (Franklin Humanities Institute), Astrid Giugni and Jessica Hines (English), Nathan Bullock (Art, Art History & Visual Studies), and Adrian Linden-High (Classical Studies).
Digital Research in Progress
Friday, October 19, 2018 | 11:30AM-1:00P | Wired! Lab, A233 Bay 11 Smith Warehouse
This session focuses on challenges and lessons learned about creating and sustaining digital projects. Liz Milewicz (Digital Scholarship Services) and Hannah Jacobs (Wired! Lab) will discuss project planning and collaboration. Paul Jaskot (Art, Art History & Visual Studies & Wired! Lab) will present his research in process, presenting on digital methods he has been engaging. Seth Kotch (Digital Humanities, UNC) will present on his experience working with NEH-funded collaborative history projects.
Image Credits: Posters by Karen Little; Cover Image by Hans van Reenen.