In preparation for Day 4: Digital Projects, please do the following:
1. Reflect: Have you done a digital project with your class or participated in a digital project? What is a digital project?
2. Look at one of the following Digital Projects and consider the questions below:
- Latin 323: Tacitus
- Enduring Women: http://www.stedwards.edu/newsroom/news-releases/release/2013-01-29/student-work-featured-in-photography-and-oral-history-exhi and https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbrFzt_dKQhWl-tyY-jX2z7D7EBpEO9nh
- Wheaton College Digital History Project: http://wheatoncollege.edu/digital-history-project/
- What are the learning goals for this project?
- What does this project let students do differently than a traditional paper or project?
- What problems or challenges do you see?
- What could you do based on this model? What’s transferrable?
3. Read the following:
- “Is It Out There?: Undergraduate Research as Digitization at Analog Pace.” Doing History Digitally. Accessed May 19, 2014. http://kathryntomasek.wordpress.com/2010/03/28/is-it-out-there-undergraduate-research-as-digitization-at-analog-pace/.
- Chris Blackwell & Tom Martin, “Technology, Collaboration, and Undergraduate Research.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3, no. 1 (2009).(Optional)
4. Do you know of other models of digital projects? Please share them on our blog.
5. Check out our page on Digital Projects