DigItal Scholarship Degree Programs and Courses: Teaching and Training for Digital Initiatives Skills and Techniques
Kelvin Smith Library 2014 Digital Scholarship Colloquium How Not to Teach Digital Humanities Dr. Ryan Cordell, Assistant ...
Research Center for Open Digital Innovation AT Purdue University COURSES
Keeping Up With...Digital Humanities
Jennifer L. Adams and Kevin B. Gunn.
The Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL)
At its core, Digital Humanities (or DH) is an emerging,
DH encompasses a wide range of definitions, activities -- and controversies
Some see Digital Humanities as a discipline unto itself; others
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DH invites—and demands—collaboration with parties outside of the library
Librarians need additional training and education in order to contribute effectively
Data offers many possibilities for library contributions
DH research relies heavily on data. What types of data are
The Digging Into Data Challenge web site has a list of data repositories.
As Barbara Rockenbach wrote in the January 2013 issue of the
Learn More About Digital Humanities
Associations and Centers
Courses and Continuing Education
All About Data
Tools and Tutorials
Other Sites of Note
Stanford Launches Digital Humanities Minor, Combining Tech Skills with Critical Thinking
December 9, 2015
A New Interdisciplinary Minor Gives Students the Opportunity
to Blend Traditional Humanistic Research with Technology Tools.
By Veronica Marian
Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers
by Joan Lippincott, Harriette Hemmasi and Vivian Lewis
Published: Monday, June 16, 2014
Online Resources for Learning Digital Humanities Skillshttp://tinyurl.com/hogfjyb
Digital Humanities Skills for Teaching and Learninghttps://www.phf.upenn.edu/events/digital-humanities-skills-teaching-and-learning
Digital Humanities Network
Training at Cambridge
Training at Cambridge
There is a variety of training provision at Cambridge University
which may offer
DH23Things. An online programme exploring digital Things for Humanities
Cambridge University Computing Service.
UCS provides I.T. courses, including
Personal and Professional Development.
PPD offers courses for staff and students.
University Library Research Skills programme.
The UL offers research skills courses
Support for using CamTools, the University's Virtual Research and
Cambridge University Skills Portal.
The Skills Portal provides information on the skills
Certificate in Humanities Computing for Languages.
CHUCOL is run by the Faculty of
Cambridge University Skills Portal
Bakkalbasi, Nisa, Damon Jaggars, and Barbara Rockenbach.
"Re-skilling for the digital humanities: measuring skills, engagement, and learning."
Library Management 36, no. 3 (2015): 208-214.
Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanitieshttp://digitalhumanities.unc.edu/programs/gcpdh/
Digital Humanities and Technology Courses
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Exploring the Digital Humanities
Determine what goals or questions motivate you.
Get acquainted with the digital humanities
Participate in the DH community.
Explore examples for inspiration and models.
Workshops and Institutes
Learn standards and best practices.
Most DH projects depend–and thrive– on collaboration,
since they typically require a diversity of skills,
benefit from a variety of perspectives, and involve a lot of work.
Talk with library and IT staff
Reach out to others in your community.
Consider a DIY approach.
Plan a pilot project.
Where possible, adopt/adapt existing tools
NITLE Can Help
Let me end with a plug for
NITLE (the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education)
Getting Started in the Digital Humanitieshttps://digitalscholarship.wordpress.com/2011/10/14/getting-started-in-the-digital-humanities/
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How Not to Teach Digital HumanitiesPosted on February 1, 2015
by Ryan Cordell
1. “What Is DH?” Always Excludes
2. “Humanities” is a Vague and Often Local Configuration
3. Undergraduates are Scarred by Digitality
But DON’T PANIC.
1. Start Small
2. Integrate When Possible
3. Scaffold Everything
4. Think Locally
Whither “Digital Humanities”?
18 thoughts on “How Not to Teach Digital Humanities”
Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics
Volume 3 of Digital Humanities Series
Editor Brett D. Hirsch
Publisher Open Book Publishers, 2012
ISBN 1909254258, 9781909254251
Length 426 pages
Defining Digital Humanities: A Reader
Editors Dr Edward Vanhoutte, Dr Julianne Nyhan, Dr Melissa Terras
Edition illustrated, reprint, revised
Publisher Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013
ISBN 1409469654, 9781409469650
Length 330 pages
Opening up Digital Humanities Education
Open Book Publishers
(215) 204 - 4584
General Internet & Print Resources
The Russell Conwell Learning Center Research Guide:
THE COLLEGE LEARNING CENTER
Nina Dillard's Photographs on Net-Gold
and also at
Temple University Site Map
Bushell, R. & Sheldon, P. (eds),
Wellness and Tourism: Mind, Body, Spirit,
Place, New York: Cognizant Communication Books.
Wellness Tourism: Bibliographic and Webliographic Essay
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