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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. “Technology, Collaboration, and Undergraduate Research.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3:1 (2009 Winter): n. pag.

Brier, Stephen. “Where’s the Pedagogy? The Role of Teaching and Learning in the Digital Humanities.” Debates in the Digital Humanities. Ed. Matthew K. Gold. Minneapolis: U Minnesota P, 2012. 390-401.

George, Diana. “From Analysis to Design: Visual Communication in the Teaching of Writing.” College Composition and Communication. 54:1 (2002 Sept): 11-39.

Davidson, Cathy N. “Collaborative Learning for the Digital Age.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 Aug 2011.

Frost Davis, Rebecca. “Yes, But How Do You Teach Collaboration?” liberal.education nation. Association of American Colleges and Universities, 1 Feb 2012.

Fyfe, Paul. “Digital Pedagogy Unplugged.” Digital Humanities Quarterly, Summer 2011, Volume 5 Number 3

Howard, Jeff. “Interpretive Quests in Theory and Pedagogy.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 1:1 (2007 Spring): n. pag. 

Jakacki, Diane K. “Teaching Early Modern Popular Culture with Digital Editions.” Presented at the Renaissance Shakespeare Association, April 2012.

Kuhn, Virginia, DJ Johnson, and Dave Lopez. “Speaking with Students: Profiles in Digital Pedagogy.” Kairos 14:2 (Spring 2010): n. pag.

LeBlanc, Mark. Comment.  “Can Humanities Undergrads Learn to Code?” NITLE, 2 Feb 2012.

Meloni, Julie. “Engaging with the ‘Screwmeneutical Imperative,’ or Why I Teach Humanities Students to Code.” ProfHacker. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 21 April 2010. 

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.    

Ramsay, Stephen. “Chapter X. The Hermeneutics of Screwing Around, Or What You Do with a Million Books.” 17 April 2010.

Rhem, James. “The High Risks of Improving Teaching.” National Teaching and Learning Forum Newsletter 15:6. Re-printed in Tomorrow’s Professor Msg #760. Stanford Center for Teaching and Learning, 10 Feb 2012.

Sayers, Jentery. “Tinker-Centric Pedagogy in Literature and Language Classrooms.” Collaborative Approaches to the Digital in English Studies. Ed. Laura McGrath. Computers & Composition Digital Press/Utah State U P, 2011.

Selfe, Cynthia. “Technology and Literacy: A Story about the Perils of Not Paying Attention.” College Composition and Communication. 50:3. A Usable Past: CCC at 50: Part 1 (Feb 1999): 411-436.

Simmons, W. Michelle.“Adapting: Online Learning Environments, Visual Pedagogy, and Active Learners.” Innovations. Romantic Circles. 7 Feb 2012.

Spiro, Lisa. “Knowing and Doing: Understanding the Digital Humanities Curriculum.” Digital Humanities Conference Abstracts 2011. Stanford: Stanford University Library, 2011. 235-35. 

Talbert, Robert. “Resistance to the Inverted Classroom Can Show Up Anywhere.” Chronicle of Higher Education, 6 Feb 2012. 

Terras, Melissa. “Disciplined: Using Educational Studies to Analyse ‘Humanities Computing.’” Literary and Linguistic Computing 21:2 (2006): 229-46.

Warlick, David. “Are They Students or Are They Learners?” 2¢ Worth: Teaching and Learning in the New Information Landscape, 8 Oct 2010.

Hara, Billie. “Academic Freedom vs. Mandated Course Content.” Profhacker. November 18, 2010.


Kairos: Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy

Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

Hybrid Pedagogy

Digital Humanities Quarterly

Digital Humanities Questions and Answers: DH in the Classroom


Sample Reality

Melissa Terras

Jentery Sayers: Portfolio



Cory Doctorow’s Craphound

Canadian Association of University Teachers: Intellectual Property

Canadian Library Association: Copyright Information

DHSI Assessing Digital Projects unconference session notes

Technical Communication Quarterly, Special Issue on Assessment

10 Digital Timelines (by Fien Danniau) 


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