Poster Session 9: Learning to Design and Build Apps

Learning to Design and Build Apps: Best Practices

Seeking new kinds of research and teaching opportunities, faculty and students worked and learned together to produce two mobile apps, one driven by an NEH grant, the other funded by a local business. This presentation shares best practices for teaching and learning app design and development, resources that work well for digital humanities classroom instruction, effective curriculum design, emerging perspectives of app aesthetics, technical requirements, and teaching resources.

John Barber, Washington State University Vancouver

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