Digital Humanities in Practice: Project Development and Digital Pedagogy

Megan Kudzia, Digital Scholarship Librarian, Michigan State University

Kristen Mapes, Assistant Director of Digital Humanities, Michigan State University

Kate Topham, Digital Humanities Archivist, Michigan State University

Description

How are digital humanities projects made? We will discuss the process of developing a digital humanities project - moving from research question and methodology to data collection to tool selection to analysis and sharing the work - by showcasing examples of digital humanities projects and how they were made. Throughout these examples, we will consider the way that digital humanities work raises new opportunities for student learning.

Slides

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