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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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From Text to Insight: A Graduate “Intro to DH” Summer 2018 Course

Course Description: What is DH and what does it add to our scholarship? This course answers these questions and provides students with an opportunity to learn and apply various digital research methods to their own research. Through frequent hands-on workshops, students will acquire transferable digital skills in the command line, cleaning and structuring data, creating visualizations, and analyzi...
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HASTAC 2017: Decolonizing History

Word cloud generated from Algerian resistance leader Ahmed Bye's memoir.
This is a presentation for HASTAC 2017 in Orlando, Florida (November 2-4). Title: Surfacing Indigenous Perspectives on the French Conquest of Algeria in a Graduate DH Course Description: In response to a scandal involving a fly swatter, as well as local social and political turmoil, France invaded Algeria in 1830 and eventually colonized the former Ottoman territory.  The history of Fran...
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Digital Storytelling Project Ideas

Looking for digital project ideas? Wonder where and how to begin? The following tutorial provides examples of four different digital storytelling project types. The fourth slide provides a linked table of contents. If you already know what type of project you would like to try, click on the relevant link to jump to examples. Each section provides examples, most of which have been created by Clare...
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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...
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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....
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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 ...
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