Faculty Commons Book Club
The article examines structures of power in digital humanities projects and clearly lays out best practices to help faculty support students as scholars and learners.
Digital Scholarship Librarian Kayla Abner will facilitate the discussion, which will be of interest to anyone having students work on a digital humanities project, especially as part of a course.. Each meeting is led by UD faculty and staff experts.
Anyone in the UD community who teaches or has an interest in teaching and learning is welcome to participate in the Faculty Commons Book Club.
This year, the readings will be shorter in form, focusing on timely articles and chapters—rather than full books—that prompt discussions to inform and improve teaching.
For those interested in delving deeper into this topic, we sugest an optional chapter, “Disrupting Labor in the Digital Humanities; or, The Classroom is Not Your Crowd,” by Spencer Keralis, in Disrupting the Digital Humanities, ed. Jesse Stommel and others.
To register, please visit: http://www.udel.edu/006280
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 at 12:30pm
Faculty Commons, 116 Pearson 125 Academy Street, Newark, DE 19716