Home / Articles posted by Ashley R. Sanders

Author: Ashley R. Sanders

DGHM 150: DH Studio (Fall 2017)

Text analysis of Native American-United States treaties between 1783 and 1795
Claremont McKenna College DGHM 150: DH Studio Fall 2017 Course Instructor: Dr. Ashley Sanders Garcia Ashley.Sanders@cmc.edu Email is the best way to reach me. Phone/Skype Hours: By appointment Office Hours: Wednesday 12:30-2:30   Ashley Sanders Garcia holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialization in Digital Humanities from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Science in M...
Read More

Text Analysis for Effective Humanities Research in the Digital Age

Claremont Graduate University Text Analysis for Effective Research in the Digital Age Fall 2017 Course Instructor: Dr. Ashley Sanders   Ashley.Sanders@cgu.edu O: 909.607.0894  C: 424.256.5960 Email is the best way to reach me. Phone/Skype Hours: By appointment Office Hours: Monday 10:00-12:00   Ashley Sanders holds a Ph.D. in History with a specialization in Digital Humanities fr...
Read More

What is Digital Scholarship? A Planning Workshop for CSU-Channel Islands

The above presentation is part 1 of a three-hour workshop for California State University-Channel Islands. I had initially planned to facilitate a workshop on designing a digital scholarship center or program during part 2. However, a quick sampling of participants' motivations for coming revealed that most were interested in Omeka, rather than the general planning workshop I had prepared, so ...
Read More

What does Critical DH Look Like?

This presentation began as a short framing talk for the 2017 Digital Humanities Spring Symposium at the Claremont Colleges prior to the keynotes given by Dr. Patty Ahn on digital activism and Bergis Jules on the DocNow project. This presentation was meant to provide a quick overview of the types of work and a sampling of projects that seek to address social justice issues through digital media....
Read More

CNI 2017: Building Capacity in the Library: A “Learn by Doing” Approach

Abstract: Using the Claremont Colleges Library as a case study, this presentation will offer ideas and suggestions about how to build capacity within the library and the broader campus community to support and advance digital humanities projects and digital scholarship, more broadly. The Claremont Colleges Library has taken a “learn by doing” approach, offering a five-week short course in ...
Read More
Top
Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com