Category: <span>Presentations</span>

Teaching Values, Not Definitions: Experiences and Research in the Introductory Digital Humanities Course

Digital Humanities and the Undergraduate ExperienceApril 25-27, 2019Edwardsville, IL Digital Humanities is a field that abounds with definitions and boundaries, sometimes complimentary but often contradictory. I will explore how we construct digital humanities through a study of ten “Introduction to …

Question, Create, Reflect: A Holistic Approach to Teaching Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities conference June 26-29, 2018 Mexico City, Mexico Question, Create, Reflect: A Holistic Approach to Teaching Digital Humanities Kristen Mapes (@kmapesy) and Matthew Handelman (@mhandelm) Michigan State University Poster available on Humanities Commons: http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6ZG6G65T Abstract Teaching digital humanities at …

Working with Digital Humanities Students in Museums: Why We Should, How We Can

Working with Digital Humanities Students in Museums: Why We Should, How We Can With Max Evjen (MSU Museum), Brinker Ferguson, Alex Gonzalez (Studio Museum in Harlem/MOMA), Philip Leers (The Hammer Museum) MCN (Museum Computer Network) November 2-5, 2016 – New Orleans, Louisiana Find the …