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Intro to DH Short Course

Intro to DH Syllabus Spring 2017 Dr. Ashley Sanders, Director of the Digital Research Studio The Claremont Colleges This six-week course provides an overview of what DH is and how it can enhance your research and teaching. Each week we will read several articles or book chapters, explore digital projects, and get our hands dirty as we learn how to use digital tools. Our discussions will inte...
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DH Research Methods in Settler Colonial Studies: Syllabus

Claremont Graduate University New Worlds for All: Digital Humanities Research Methods in Settler Colonial Studies Fall 2016 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: Optional Labs on most Fridays (See schedule below) Ashley Sanders holds a Ph.D....
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Midterm Reflections

While I keep a private teaching journal, I thought it might be helpful to share a few reflections now that we're at the mid-point of the semester. I always give at least one evaluation before the end of a term to assess how things are going for the students and make any necessary pedagogical adjustments while there is still time for such changes to make a difference. Here are the questions on m...
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Making Space

This afternoon, I made space. Space for what? I made space on my bookshelf - for books. I know what you're thinking, and I agree - this is not newsworthy, in and of itself. The significance of this particular space making, however, is that the books are for my very first graduate course, and not just any graduate course. This course is on digital humanities research methods within the context ...
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Digitizing and Organizing Your Research

DRAFT This page is under construction and will continue to be updated throughout the spring (2016). Tutorials: James Baker , "Preserving Your Research Data," Programming Historian (30 April 2014), http://programminghistorian.org/lessons/preserving-your-research-data Tools: Digital camera Tripod (with a remote if you want to make your life even easier) 1-2TB external hard drive ...
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