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How might the digital humanities support academic writing and meaning-making in disciplinary specific contexts?
As a teacher and RIT Writing Commons director, I’m interested in the ways that the digital humanities and digital literacies provide us with opportunities for new and/or different ways of making meaning with academic texts in disciplinary contexts. In my … Continue reading
Many of us are engaged in undergrad DH/DHSS curriculum in some way — minors, certificates, degrees — and yet, still trying to figure out the fundamentals. What should undergrad DH curricula offer? What should students know and be able to … Continue reading
Many large projects cross semesters but that can often mean different student teams working on the same project. How do we handle that transition so everyone is caught up, not only for the technological aspects but also for the content/context … Continue reading
I’d like to propose a “make” session in which participants think about the ways in which technology can be used to promote higher order thinking (which would include creativity/innovation in my mind- and that’s my interest in this THATCamp). Is … Continue reading
Want more information on our THATCamp? Check out the About page. This page will be filling up with session proposals. Got an idea for proposal? Here are the instructions on how to propose a session. We’ll vote on the sessions … Continue reading