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Backward Design for Digital Project – Course Integration

  This 45-minute presentation will provide participants with a road map for planning a course that incorporates, or is built around, a digital humanities project based on the principles of "backward design." This talk will cover the basics of backward design, how to stage a digital humanities project, choose a project stage for course integration, and scaffold the necessary knowledge a...
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Text Analysis Reading Group Syllabus

Text Analysis Reading Group - Spring 2017 Every other Friday: 1/13, 1/27, 2/10, 2/24, 3/10, 3/24, 4/14, 4/28, 5/12 2:00-3:00pm Mudd Conference Room (3rd Floor Mudd, next to Keck 2) Meeting 1 -- January 13: Preprint of Rockwell, Geoffrey. “What is Text Analysis, Really?”, Literary and Linguistic Computing Vol. 18, no. 2 (2003): 209-219.  http://geoffreyrockwell.com/publications/WhatIs...
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Experiments with a Liberating Graduate Pedagogy Seminar

It's hard to believe that the semester is drawing to a close, and yet, the palpable sense of exhaustion exuding from students, faculty, and librarians convinces me that it is true. It has been a challenging semester in many ways. I taught my first graduate course and asked both myself and my students to stretch to learn new skills while also attempting to keep up with my frenetic full-time job. It...
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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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Flipping Your Class: How to Start

Flipped Course Design: Starting Small Jessica Davila Greene & Dr. Ashley Sanders Claremont Colleges Library, Claremont University Consortium A Flipped Classroom or Inverted Learning is generally described as students doing classwork at home and homework in class, but is it that simple? Placing responsibility for learning on students, while incorporating a variety of teaching styles and acti...
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DH at the Claremont Colleges Library

DH@CCL 101 - About this Course Instructor: Ashley Sanders, Ph.D. Digital Scholarship Coordinator, Claremont Colleges Library Key Learning Objectives: Develop your own definition of DH, especially in a liberal arts context Know when to incorporate digital tools and methodologies and determine why Critically examine the strengths and weaknesses of existing tools and DH projects Ident...
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