Below is a list of readings referenced during the DHSI seminar. We’ve linked to online and open-access publications.
Beatham, Mark D. “Tools of Inquiry: Separating Tool and Task to Promote True Learning.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 37 (2008-9): 61-70.
Blackwell, Christopher and Thomas R. Martin. â€œTechnology, Collaboration, and Undergraduate Research.â€ Digital Humanities Quarterly 3:1 (2009 Winter): n. pag.
Brier, Stephen. â€œWhereâ€™s the Pedagogy? The Role of Teaching and Learning in the Digital Humanities.â€ Debates in the Digital Humanities. Ed. Matthew K. Gold. Minneapolis: U Minnesota P, 2012. 390-401.
George, Diana. â€œFrom Analysis to Design: Visual Communication in the Teaching of Writing.â€ College Composition and Communication. 54:1 (2002 Sept): 11-39.
Davidson, Cathy N. â€œCollaborative Learning for the Digital Age.â€Â Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 Aug 2011.
Frost Davis, Rebecca.Â â€œYes, But How Do You Teach Collaboration?â€ liberal.education nation. Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1 Feb 2012.
Fyfe, Paul. “Digital Pedagogy Unplugged.”Â Digital Humanities Quarterly, Summer 2011, Volume 5 Number 3
Howard, Jeff. â€œInterpretive Quests in Theory and Pedagogy.â€ Digital Humanities Quarterly. 1:1 (2007 Spring): n. pag.Â
Jakacki, Diane K. â€œTeaching Early Modern Popular Culture with Digital Editions.â€ Presented at the Renaissance Shakespeare Association, April 2012.
Kuhn, Virginia, DJ Johnson, and Dave Lopez. â€œSpeaking with Students: Profiles in Digital Pedagogy.â€ KairosÂ 14:2 (Spring 2010): n. pag.
LeBlanc, Mark. Comment. Â â€œCan Humanities Undergrads Learn to Code?â€ NITLE, 2 Feb 2012.
Meloni, Julie. â€œEngaging with the â€˜Screwmeneutical Imperative,â€™ or Why I Teach Humanities Students to Code.â€ ProfHacker. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 21 April 2010.Â
Pandey, Iswari. “Researching (with) the Postnational Other: Ethics, Methodologies, and Qualitative Studies of Digital Literacy.” Digital Writing Research. Eds. Heidi A. McKee and Danielle DeVoss. New York: Hampton Press, 2007. Â Â
Ramsay, Stephen. â€œChapter X. The Hermeneutics of Screwing Around, Or What You Do with a Million Books.â€Â 17 April 2010.
Rhem, James. â€œThe High Risks of Improving Teaching.â€ National Teaching and Learning Forum Newsletter 15:6. Re-printed in Tomorrowâ€™s Professor Msg #760. Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning, 10 Feb 2012.
Sayers, Jentery. â€œTinker-Centric Pedagogy in Literature and Language Classrooms.â€ Collaborative Approaches to the Digital in English Studies. Ed. Laura McGrath. Computers & Composition Digital Press/Utah State U P, 2011.
Selfe, Cynthia. â€œTechnology and Literacy: A Story about the Perils of Not Paying Attention.â€ College Composition and Communication. 50:3. A Usable Past: CCC at 50: PartÂ 1 (Feb 1999): 411-436.
Simmons, W. Michelle.â€œAdapting: Online Learning Environments, Visual Pedagogy, and Active Learners.â€ Innovations. Romantic Circles. 7 Feb 2012.
Spiro, Lisa. â€œKnowing and Doing: Understanding the Digital Humanities Curriculum.â€ Digital Humanities Conference Abstracts 2011. Stanford: Stanford University Library, 2011. 235-35.Â
Talbert, Robert. â€œResistance to the Inverted Classroom Can Show Up Anywhere.â€Â Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 Feb 2012.Â
Terras, Melissa. â€œDisciplined: Using Educational Studies to Analyse â€˜Humanities Computing.â€™â€ Literary and Linguistic Computing 21:2 (2006): 229-46.
Warlick, David. â€œAre They Students or Are They Learners?â€ 2Â¢ Worth: Teaching and Learning in the New Information Landscape, 8 Oct 2010.
Hara, Billie. “Academic Freedom vs. Mandated Course Content.” Profhacker. November 18, 2010.
10 Digital TimelinesÂ (byÂ Fien Danniau)Â
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