Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy @ DH2015 (Sydney, 29 June 2015)

Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Local, National, and International Training http://dh2015.org/innovations-in-digital-humanities-pedagogy/ A Mini-conference and Member Meeting Sponsored by the International Digital Humanities Training Network 9.30am-12.30pm, Monday 29 June 2015 EA Building (EA.G.19), U Western Sydney, Parramatta South Campus Registration: https://www.regonline.ca/ADHOTraining2015 9.30-10.00, Welcome, Opening Presentation

  • “Diversity and Community in DH Training,” Elisabeth Burr (U Leipzig)

10.00-10.50, Short Papers on Innovative DH Pedagogy

  • “Demystifying Digital Humanities Curriculum,” Paige Morgan (McMaster U), Sarah Kremen-Hicks (U Washington), and Brian Gutierrez (U Washington)
  • “Toward an Assessment of the Heterogenous Digitally-Inflected Undergraduate English Course,” Najla Jarkas (American U Beirut) and David Wrisley (American U Beirut)
  • “Faculty-Librarian Collaborations in New Media Ecosystems: Implementing an Assessment Rubric for Digital Literacy in the Humanities,” Harriet Green (U Illinois)
  • “Building Bridges to–Where?  The Phenomenology of Undergraduate DH,” Katherine Faull (Bucknell U) and Diane Jakacki (Bucknell U)
  • “Program Structure as Pedagogy: Building a Graduate Digital Humanities Program for the Next 15 Years,” Maureen Engel (U Alberta)

11.00-11.45, Short Presentations Sampling Extant DH Training Institutes and Initiatives

  • HILT, Jennifer Guiliano (Indiana U) and Trevor Munoz (U Maryland)
  • DHOxSS, James Cummings (Oxford U)
  • DH@Leipzig, Elisabeth Burr (U Leipzig)
  • DH@Switzerland, Claire Clivaz (U Lausanne)
  • DHi Beirut, David Wrisley (American U Beirut)
  • ILiADS, Janet Simons and Angel Nieves (Hamilton C)
  • NZ Activities + aaDH DHSI, Sydney Shep (U Victoria, Wellington) and James Smithies (U Canterbury), with Paul Arthur (U Western Sydney)
  • DHSI and the Graduate Certificate in DH, Ray Siemens (Victoria)
  • Others, TBA

11.45-12.30, Member Meeting: Next Steps for the International Digital Humanities Training Network

  • Agenda to be circulated to registered attendees in advance of the meeting.  Please be in touch with Ray Siemens (siemens@uvic.ca) with agenda items.
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