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Talking about Digital Humanities pedagogy at Congress

posted Feb 14, 2018, 6:59 AM by Samantha Cutrara   [ updated May 4, 2018, 9:21 AM by Samantha Cutrara ]
Based on my current work at York University developing an Instructor's Guide for professors to learn how to bring Digital Humanities and Social Sciences (DHSS) into their classrooms, I have proposed seven papers at Congress that discuss best practices for DHSS teaching, intra-university collaboration, and the use of (digital) archives to shift our ways of knowing. 
I have been especially excited to co-author these proposed papers with colleagues from York and Ryerson

Find information about scheduling HERE
In the meantime, see below for a list of the papers that will be presented in Regina:
  • "The Pedagogy of a Project: Just because we can do it, are we doing it well? Considerations of access and community engagement in DH pedagogy and projects"
  • "Migration, Displacement, Place, and Identity: Exploring archival stories through Digital Humanities and Social Sciences curriculum"
  • "Doing and Designing Digital Humanities and Social Sciences: Best practices for higher education course and assessment design" with Dr. Mary Chaktsiris (Ryerson)
  • "Cultivating a shared community of practice: Intra-campus collaboration for teaching and learning in the  Digital Humanities and Social Sciences" with Andrea Kosavic and Anna St. Onge (York)
  • "Digital History in the Classroom: Opportunities and Limitationswith Dr. Mary Chaktsiris (Ryerson)
  • "Feminist Interventions: Engaging in Critical Archival Research"

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