On Thursday, August 21, Pongracz Sennyey and Rebecca Frost Davis will co-lead a session at the Teaching Symposium, 10:30 – 11:30 am in JBWS 261:
Designing Course-based, Student-faculty Collaborative Research Projects Using Digital Tools
In the 21st century we face complex problems that cross disciplines and require collaborative approaches. Digital tools and information networks make it feasible to design project-based learning experiences that integrate students into the research process. This presentation will provide examples of how such projects, when integrated into courses, help students develop skills to work collaboratively, apply appropriate tools, and learn flexible problem-solving skills.
Designing Course-Based, Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Projects Using Digital Tools from Rebecca Davis
During the session, participants will use this checklist to plan a digital project: Process Checklist for Integrating Digital Humanities Projects into Courses
Travis County Almanac, Michael Wasserman, Assistant Professor, Environmental Science & Policy
- Blog: http://sites.stedwards.edu/mikewa-ensp232402fa2013/
- Innovation Project Description: http://sites.stedwards.edu/innovationfellowship/2014/06/06/spatial-learning-using-a-digital-project-for-ensp-2324-environmental-science-wasserman/
Latin 323: Tacitus, Professor Rebecca Benefiel, Department of Classics, Washington and Lee University
- Course: http://digitalhumanities.wlu.edu/projects/courses/latin-323-tacitus/
- Collaborative Project: http://managementtools3.wlu.edu/WLUForms/Map.aspx?ID=195
Wheaton College Digital History Project, Kathryn Tomasek, Associate Professor of History, Wheaton College
- Project Website: http://wheatoncollege.edu/digital-history-project/
- Teaching Associated with the Project: http://wheatoncollege.edu/digital-history-project/teaching/
- Collaborative Research Assignment: http://wheatoncollege.edu/digital-history-project/teaching/collaborative-research-assignment/
- Tomasek, Kathryn, Scott Hamlin, Zephorene Stickney, and Kathleen Ebert-Sawasky. “Encoding Text, Revealing Meaning: Implications of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) for Small Liberal Arts Colleges.” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society. 1, no. 3 (2006): 157–164.
- Tomasek, Kathryn. “Encoding Financial Records.” Journal of Digital Humanities 2 (Spring 2013). http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/2-2/encoding-financial-records-by-kathryn-tomasek/.
- Tomasek, Kathryn, and Syd Bauman. “Encoding Financial Records for Historical Research.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, no. Issue 6 (September 26, 2013). doi:10.4000/jtei.895. http://jtei.revues.org/895
“Is It Out There?: Undergraduate Research as Digitization at Analog Pace | Doing History Digitally.” Accessed August 19, 2014. http://kathryntomasek.org/2010/03/28/is-it-out-there-undergraduate-research-as-digitization-at-analog-pace/.
Enduring Women, Mary Brantl, Associate Professor, Visual Studies & Charles Porter, Assistant Professor, University Studies
- News Release: http://www.stedwards.edu/newsroom/news-releases/release/2013-01-29/student-work-featured-in-photography-and-oral-history-exhi
- YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbrFzt_dKQhWl-tyY-jX2z7D7EBpEO9nh
Interested in getting your students into local archives? Check out the
Austin Archives Bazaar http://www.austinarchivesbazaar.org/