Tag: digital humanities

This Month at MARCH: Experiential Education

This month our rowhouse in the Cooper Street Historic District has been lively with undergraduate and graduate students as well as the ongoing activities of our staff.

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New from Delaware: The Digital Scholar

The Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center at the University of Delaware has launched The Digital Scholar, a newsletter for disseminating information about digital humanities and digital scholarship.

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Modern Language Association Paper Proposals

The proposals are due electronically by September 23.

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If Ben Franklin Were a Digital Humanist–He Would Love Metadata

Word Cloud of abstracts. The digital version can be found here.

There may be no figure digital humanists like to use in examples more than the venerable Philadelphian Ben Franklin.

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Three Events This April

Voting for sessions at the "Telling Untold Histories" unconference.

MARCH and OHMAR (Oral History in the Mid-Atlantic Region) formed a partnership to host three major events for public historians on the Rutgers University-Camden campus.

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Goin’ North

In addition to the commemorations of the Centennial of the Great War that have been occurring throughout the city this past year, another related anniversary is almost upon Philadelphia. In 1916, in large part because of the war-related defense boom

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A purposefully prosaic approach to digital pedagogy, or stealthing digitally

As a result of my involvement with the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), I’m often asked how to introduce students to learning digitally. I have to confess I am tempted to answer, rather unhelpfully, digital pedagogy changes everything changes nothing. The more teaching I do digitally, the more I learn how to teach digitally, but I am always doing the same thing, facilitating student learning. The following tips build on the excellent work done for NITLE by Rebecca Frost Davis, Katherine D. Harris, Lisa Spiro, Kathryn Tomasek, and Adeline Koh and Jesse Stommel at Hybrid Pedagogy.

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