In the digital humanities, an attention to pedagogy has come as a call to action for this burgeoning field. As Brett Hirsch notes in the introduction to Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics, the word pedagogy is only present 8 times in both of the most referenced digital humanities anthologies (see image). Since that book was published in 2009, articles on classroom praxis have been few are far between appearing in CEA, DHQ, or JITP, but have started to move more central to the ethos of DH practitioners with two new full length, open access texts on the subjects: Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments and a digital version of Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics.
In an attempt to gather and review the work done in print, online articles, and blog posts, I have created a Zotero folder on Digital Humanities Pedagogy that is open to the public. I am separately interested in digital pedagogy more broadly, and indeed there are many bibilographies on the subject, but this particular bibliographic project is narrow in scope. I am seeking to collect only DH examples. I invite you to join and contribute here:
And hope others find this useful for orals lists, dissertation research, literature reviews, and syllabus creation.