DH at Small Liberal Arts Colleges: A Survey

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DH at Small Liberal Arts Colleges: A Survey

Interest in digital humanities, digital scholarship, and digital methodologies is growing at liberal arts colleges.  To monitor that growth and explore its implications for liberal arts colleges, the National Institute for Technology in...

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Google Docs for Teaching

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Google Docs for Teaching

Here’s a useful post outlining some of the ways Google Docs can be used in the classroom. (It’s a decent follow-up to the September 20 Tech Talk Lunch.)...

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Twitter, Conferences, and “Publication”

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Twitter, Conferences, and “Publication”

Inside Higher Ed has highlighted some issues surrounding publication and “publicness” in the 21st Century.  It’s been dubbed #Twittergate. In particular, they’ve pointed to a “storify” story curated by...

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Feminist Dialogs on Technology — An Online Course

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Feminist Dialogs on Technology — An Online Course

An international network of scholars and artists activated by Alexandra Juhasz (Professor Media Studies, Pitzer College) and Anne Balsamo (Dean of the School of Media Studies at the New School for Public Engagement in New York) are working...

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Omeka: The Most Useful Web App You’ve Never Heard Of

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Omeka: The Most Useful Web App You’ve Never Heard Of

WordPress got you down? No interest in becoming an expert in designing web pages in CSS or HTML? Don’t know what any of that last bit means? You might try Omeka. Omeka is a web-based application that can organize and present digital...

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Disruptive Technologies in Higher Education

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Disruptive Technologies in Higher Education

Michael Flavin (King’s Learning Institute, King’s College, London, UK) ABSTRACT — This paper analyses the role of ‘‘disruptive’’ innovative technologies in higher education. In this country and elsewhere, Higher Education...

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Cultivating Partnerships in the Digital Humanities

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Cultivating Partnerships in the Digital Humanities

What teaching colleges and research universities have to gain from collaboration By William Pannapacker, Associate Professor of English, Hope College...

Google Docs for Teaching

Google Docs for Teaching

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Cultivating Partnerships in the Digital Humanities

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Cultivating Partnerships in the Digital Humanities

What teaching colleges and research universities have to gain from collaboration By William Pannapacker, Associate Professor of English, Hope College...

Digital Humanities: More Than Just Data

Digital Humanities: More Than Just Data

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