My latest at NITLE’s Techne blog: Learning from an Undergraduate Digital Humanities Project

December 1, 2010 § 1 Comment

Originally posted on December 1, 2010 at NITLE’s Techne blog, http://blogs.nitle.org/2010/12/01/learning-from-an-undergraduate-digital-humanities-project/

In our second installment of videos on Digital Humanities and the Undergrad, Jen Rajchel, an English Major at Bryn Mawr College explains what she learned from developing her online thesis project, Mooring Gaps: Marianne Moore’s Bryn Mawr Poetry.  Rajchel’s comments demonstrate both the value of engaging students in authentic research and the benefits of moving beyond the parameters of print assignments.

Learning from an Undergraduate Digital Humanities Project

For more on digital humanities for undergraduates, see our previous video on Digital Humanities and the Undergrad.  Also, read our other posts about digital humanities and small liberal arts colleges.

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