Tag : Instruction

Alternatives to Unsatisfactory Grading Habits
05 Mar
1:47

Alternatives to Unsatisfactory Grading Habits

Grading has always been an unsatisfactory but institutionally necessary practice in my teaching. This post is a reflection on my past and present experiences with grading and shares ideas for restructuring future classes to create a better assessment experience for everyone.

Reaching the Limits of Resiliency
20 Jan
9:00

Reaching the Limits of Resiliency

This is a meditation on what happens when we reach our limits so you know that you’re not alone. Concluding thought: it is time we demand that our institutions and work cultures bend to human needs, so humans don’t break to meet unreasonable institutional or cultural demands

Introduction to Tableau
16 Aug
1:32

Introduction to Tableau

Introduction to data visualization with humanistic data from the Old Bailey Court records, focusing on defendants between 1780 and 1786. Sample visualizations include both categorical (nominal) and numeric data. Getting Started To begin, either download and install Tableau Desktop (if you are an instructor or student, you can register for…

Stats for Humanists | Winter 2021 Syllabus
17 Mar
12:03

Stats for Humanists | Winter 2021 Syllabus

Course Description This is a learner-centered, project-based, introductory applied statistics course that exemplifies the principle of “data for good,” or putting Data Science and Digital Humanities to work for social justice efforts. Students will choose a data set that is personally meaningful and work with others who are interested in…

Digital Storytelling Project Ideas
28 Sep
7:24

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…

High-Impact Practices and DH at the Claremont Colleges
19 Sep
3:11

High-Impact Practices and DH at the Claremont Colleges

These are the presentation slides for a seminar with Pomona College’s Teaching and Learning Committee on Tuesday, September 19, 2017.

Text Analysis for Effective Humanities Research in the Digital Age
29 Aug
1:21

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…

DH Research Methods in Settler Colonial Studies: Syllabus
13 Jan
5:43

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)…

Experiments with a Liberating Graduate Pedagogy Seminar
03 Dec
2:38

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…

Midterm Reflections
17 Oct
9:59

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…

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