Doing DH at Duke: Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop and Panel

Doing DH at Duke: Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop and Panel
Monday, February 10, 2014 - 1:30pm to 5:00pm

The spring Doing DH series begins Monday, February 10 with approaches and experiences in teaching with digital humanities (flyer attached and more information below). For information about other events in this series, visit http://sites.duke.edu/digital/training-events/doing-dh/

DIGITAL HUMANITIES PEDAGOGY

WORKSHOP 

Two times and locations, limited seating for both. 

Register for either here: 

http://tinyurl.com/omeka-workshop 

Feb 10 (Monday) 1:30-3:00 PM 

Wired! Lab (Bay 11, Smith Warehouse)

Feb 19 (Wednesday) 1:30-3:00 PM

023 Bostock Library, West Campus, Duke University

Daniel Griffin, Workshop Leader

Introduction to Omeka, an open-source digital exhibition platform with broad applications in digital humanities scholarship and pedagogy, that has been used at Duke for historical mapping projects, Library exhibits, sound collections, digital atlases, and more.  Participants will learn how to work with resources in Omeka, build exhibits, and work with maps in the Neatline plugin.

PANEL 

Feb 10 (Monday) 3:30-5:00 PM

FHI Garage (Bay 4, Smith Warehouse)

Register: http://tinyurl.com/dh-pedagogy 

In this panel discussion, experts from Triangle universities discuss the intersection of the digital humanities and pedagogy, sharing insights on student-led collaborative digital work, the use of DH tools and resources in teaching, and the challenges of integrating digital scholarship into the classroom.  Light refreshments will be served. 

  • Desiree Dighton (Assistant Professor of English, Shaw University);
  • Amanda Starling Gould (doctoral student, Program in Literature, Duke);
  • Morgan Pitelka (Associate Professor of Asian Studies, UNC); and
  • Phil Stern (Associate Professor of History, Duke).

About this series

Doing DH is a monthly series of presentations and workshops focusing on skills needed for working in the digital humanities. Lightning-talk presentations, followed by audience and panel discussion, showcase people, projects, and expertise in the Research Triangle and offer insights into the practical side of being a digital humanist. Workshops provide hands-on introduction to tools used by digital humanists. 

All Doing DH events are held on the campus of Duke University (Durham, NC) and open to faculty, staff, and students at all Research Triangle institutions. Workshops are co-sponsored by the Wired! Group.  

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Here is the link to my Prezi for my lightning talk today. I look forward to an exciting discussion!

http://prezi.com/wdwdzybu4cbh/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share

Amanda Starling Gould

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