Category Archives: Digital Literacy

Posts about teaching and learning digital skills and issues.

Toolkit for THATCamp newbies, Dreambook edition

  As an academic researcher, teacher and writer in Religious Studies with an avid interest in comparative magic, I earnestly embrace┬áthe concept of co-creation. My goal for this weekend is to come away with a working knowledge of digital humanities fundamentals. I thought it might be useful to propose a session for those of us […]

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Teaching Digital History

This workshop (Friday at 1:30) will be aimed at working through the practical and pedagogical choices about creating a digital history course. We will explore sample syllabi, discuss potential projects, survey various tools, and identify obvious and not-so-obvious pitfalls to constructing a class that engages students in the scholarship and practice related to digital history. […]

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