Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop Series
The Digital Humanities Pedagogy workshop series guides faculty, instructors, and graduate students through determining the most appropriate digital humanities (DH) approach for their course, reviewing resource modules for DH methods and tools, and integrating instruction into a new or existing course. The series includes three in-person working sessions and three Carmen modules to be completed independently. Module topics include general introductions to DH, collections & exhibits, digital publishing, geospatial humanities, network analysis, data analysis, text analysis, text encoding, and visualization. Upon completion, participants will have a plan for course integration and for pursuing additional training in the method or tool they will be teaching if needed. The program is an approved Teaching Endorsement through the University Institute of Teaching and Learning (UITL) and will prepare participants to complete the UITL Instructional Redesign Portfolio.
Registration is limited to twenty (20) participants. Participants are expected to bring their own laptops or tablets to the in-person working sessions.
Participants must attend all three in-person sessions to obtain the endorsement.
Please email questions to Leigh Bonds firstname.lastname@example.org
Who: Ohio State Faculty, Lecturers, and Graduate Teaching Associates
When: In-Person Working Sessions on February 27, March 26, and April 2, 2020, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Period of independent learning with Carmen modules: February 28 – March 25
Where: Research Commons, 3rd floor of 18th Avenue Library