Category Archives: Session Notes
Jason Cohen facilitated this session for introducing THATCampers to the possibilities of spatial humanities. My notes are particularly scant here, limited almost entirely to resources mentioned.
Patrick Murray-John of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University (though I hear he does have a separate existence as well) led a very practical session on Omeka, also from CHNM. My notes are available, with … Continue reading
Google Doc link Do students respond to peer pressure? What do you do about students’ need to “grope for meaning” (privacy) Disappointment with available texts (not enough editions available authoritatively annotated) Can students embed their research in a text? Can … Continue reading
Here are the notes from the “Teaching Digital Archives” session proposed by Paul Jaussen: docs.google.com/document/d/1OvSbVBxXNqSGFiOfebiUNqTRppUZpY05bJ1Nz46YXzg/edit Session notes How to teach archives? How to add historical context to 19th-century poems as well as doing close reading of poems? Emphasis point: work … Continue reading
Informal notes on the session can be found here. Thanks to all participants! (Original session proposal can be found here)
Ron: Art historian, WIT Interdisciplinary group Trying to launch DH initiative, had faculty workshops w/ NITLE Launched intro to DH course last semester Working towards a program Bringing humanities to technology/engineering students through DH Faculty are interested, but timid about … Continue reading