Category Archives: Collaboration

Impromptu Proposal: What do our students know about technology?

During any discussion I have about social media or other technology as a pedagogical tool, I get excited and start imagining lots of possibilities. Then I try to apply them in class. One challenge I’ve faced is that students don’t … Continue reading

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“Making Meaning through Online Media: Pedagogical Possibilities for Social Media Platforms.”

I propose a hybrid Talk-Make session focused on the creative and effective uses of social media platforms in the classroom. The humanities share a core knowledge structure that is both narrative and dialectical; therefore students of the humanities can benefit … Continue reading

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Constructing the Transcontinental Railroad: The Digital Photographic Archive

Glenn Willumson, School of Art & Art History;  Richard Freeman, Smathers Libraries Supported by a library mini-grant, this project is a collaborative venture between the library and the School of Arts and Art History to make the photographs of the … Continue reading

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Cosmos(ology): A Digi-Hum-Sci Exploration

I get the digital humanities. I like and support the digital humanities. What I’d like to explore is when does “DH” work start to cross over into science and social science work, and if that is the case, when do … Continue reading

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Participants will learn basic processes of creating exhibits, including content selection, best practices, design and presentation considerations, and guidelines for writing labels. Original content created by presenter will be shared, including label writing tips and templates, sample timelines, and exhibition … Continue reading

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