About this page
Initially, this page will focus on the applications of digital media to teaching. Subsequent postings will include more information on resources that explore the impact of digital literature in curriculum development.
- DML Central (Digital Media and Learning)Sponsored by Digital Media and Learning Research Hub (part of the systemwide University of California Humanities Research Institute) and hosted at UC Irvine, this site is "dedicated to analyzing and interpreting the impact of the Internet and digital media on education, civic engagement, and youth."
- Kairosnews"a discussion community for educators interested in the intersections of rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy."
DH and the Undergraduate
- Digital Humanities and the Undergraduate (NITLE)Video of student Jen Rajchel, (Bryn Mawr senior) posted on the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) site.
- Digital humanities labs and undergraduate educationDescription of student projects at Stanford's Spatial History Lab.
- Digital Humanities Minor at UCLAAn interdisciplinary minor that will draw on over 20 departments and centers at UCLA, headed by Todd Presner.
- National Undergrad Symposium on Digital Humanities Features Established Leaders, Emerging ScholarsPosting from Bryn Mawr Now.
- Re: Humanities, a symposium on digital media in academia (Bryn Mawr)Organized by students and sponsored by The John B. Hurford '60 Humanities Center, the Bryn Mawr Digital Humanities Program and the Tri-college Digital Humanities Consortium.
- Peer Review of Undergraduate Spatial History ProjectsFrom the Stanford University Library Digital Humanities Specialist site.
- Learning from an Undergraduate Digital Humanities ProjectJen Rajchel of Bryn Mawr College discusses her online thesis project, "Mooring Gaps: Marianne Moore's Bryn Mawr Poetry."
- Yale Digital Humanities Poster Session, April 5, 2011" a Teaching with Technology Tuesdays session that showcases digital student work from both the Humanities and Computing in the Arts. Our session will highlight projects by students whose coursework embraced concepts of digital humanities from different angles."
Centers and Programs
- DCC: Digital Cultures & Creativity (University of Maryland)An "nnovative curriculum and learning community that combines art, imagination, and global citizenship with new media and new technologies."
- digital humanities at the university of Wisconsin-Madison"an emergent network of faculty, students, librarians, and technologists committed to enhancing the use of IT and new media in research and teaching at UW-Madison.
- Digital Media & Learning (UC)University of California Humanities Research Institute
- National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education"the key organization for liberal arts colleges and universities seeking to engage students in the unique learning experience that liberal education provides and to use technology strategically to advance the liberal-arts mission."
- SHANTI (University of Virginia)Sciences, Humanities & Arts Network of Technological Initiatives
- DH 2010 presentationsMany audio and videos from DH2010 are linked here (arts.humanities.net Library link).
Digital Humanities Pedagogy, Brett D. Hirsch, ed. Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2012.
Teaching and Learning from the U.S. South in Global Contexts: A Case Study of Southern Spaces and Southcomb by Sarah Toton and Stacey Martin, Emory University, DHQ 3: 2 (Spring 2009)
Teaching the Digital Humanities
Powerpoint presentation by Rafael C. Alvarado, Associate Director of SHANTI, University of Virginia
The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Reports on Digital Media and Learning)
Cathy N. Davidson and David Theo Goldberg
With Zoë Marie Jones
NITLE (National Institute for Technology in Higher Education) has published two papers, "Divided and Conquered:How Multivarious Isolation is Suppressing Digital Humanities Scholarship (Spring 2011) and "The New (In)Visible College: Emergent Scholarly Education and the Liberal Arts."
Guidelines & Curricula
- Guidelines for Evaluating Work with Digital Media in the Modern LanguagesModern Language Association (MLA)
- Human-Computer Interaction (Stanford)Online course by Scott Klemmer, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. Co-director of the Human-Computer Interaction Group and Bredt Faculty Scholar development chair.
- Promotion and Tenure Criteria for Assessing Digital Research in the HumanitiesCenter for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Spotlight on Digital Media and Learning, the MacArthur Foundation's blog, has just posted "Humanities Courses & Digital Media: A Not So Brief History."
- Narratology of New MediaPosted on the International Society for the Study of Narratology site.