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Introduction to Digital Humanities Pedagogy

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Introduction to Digital Humanities Pedagogy will introduce educators and digital humanists to a praxis for using technology in learning and teaching. Many argue digital humanities is about building stuff and sharing stuff, reframing the work we do in the humanities as less consumptive and more curatorial — less solitary and more collaborative. But the humanities have always been intensely social, a vibrant ecosystem of shared, reworked, and retold stories. This three week course will explore how technology can be used to build learning communities within the classroom, while also thinking about ways we can connect our students to a much larger global classroom.

We will explore methods and approaches for using technology to teach the humanities. We will also discuss how we can use humanities tools to investigate technology. During the course, we will workshop specific assignments and devise new ones, both collaboratively and individually.


Adeline Koh is Associate Professor of Digital Humanities at Stockton University. She is passionate about teaching, web design, technology, and the darker side behind tech: inequality and oppression. She writes about gender, race, ethnicity, issues in higher education, digital pedagogy, and the digital humanities.

Jesse Stommel is Executive Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at University of Mary Washington. He is also Director of Digital Pedagogy Lab. He is a documentary filmmaker and teaches courses about digital pedagogy, American literature, film, and new media. Jesse experiments relentlessly with learning interfaces, both digital and analog, and works in his research and teaching to emphasize new forms of collaboration. He's got a rascal pup, Emily, and two clever cats, Loki and Odin.

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Early Bird Pricing
The cost for the course is $300 if you register anytime on or before March 11. Just use promotion code DHEB when you register.

Discounted Price for Students and Contingent Teachers

If you are a student at any level, or an adjunct or contingent teacher, you are welcome to take advantage of a $150 discount off the full price of any Digital Pedagogy Lab Course. Simply use promotion code DPLAS2016 when you register.

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