June 19, 2015 § 2 Comments
On Friday, June 19, 2015 I’m presenting a plenary talk on “Engaging Undergraduates with Collaborative Digital Scholarship Projects” at the New American Colleges and Universities 2015 Summer Institute and Chairs Workshop. This talk argues for intercampus collaborative digital scholarship projects as signature work in the emerging digital ecosystem, then lays out a scaffolded curriculum to develop that work, then finally examines the changes in faculty roles this type of work requires. Slides and references are below.
February 1, 2013 § Leave a comment
In my experience one of the key appeals of digital humanities at small liberal arts colleges is the opportunity for undergraduates to do applied, authentic research in the humanities. Last week at the annual meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), I had the pleasure of being part of a panel (with Daniel Chamberlain, Jeff McClurken, and Jim Proctor) showcasing undergraduate research using digital tools and methodologies both in the digital humanities and beyond. I had actually titled the panel, “Undergraduates as Public Digital Scholars” in hopes of attracting the attention of those interested in undergraduate research, one of the high impact practices for liberal education advocated by AAC&U. « Read the rest of this entry »