DH Curricula and Syllabi

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 List of Digital Humanities syllabi (CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative)


Digital Humanities Education: Examines different approaches to digital humanities education.  Includes syllabi and curriculum planning documents, as well as as articles about open education, networked pedagogies, and more. (By Lisa Spiro)



Example of an “Introduction to Digital Humanities” by Brian Croxall
 

 

Digital Humanities 150, “Tools, Techniques, and Culture of the Digital Humanities.” By Meagan Timney
 

“The Twenty Best Blogs in the Digital Humanities”, collected by onlinecollege.org

Digital Humanities Questions & Answers: DH in the Classroom (Association for Computers and the Humanities)

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  • Brown, Susan. Don’t Mind the Gap: Evolving Digital Modes of Scholarly Production across the Digital-Humanities Divide, pp. 203-231 IN: Coleman, Daniel (ed. and introd.); Kamboureli, Smaro (ed. and introd.) Retooling the Humanities: The Culture of Research in Canadian Universities. Edmonton, AB: U of Alberta P; 2011. xxiv, 312 pp. (book article)
  • Cantu, D.A; Warren, W.J: Teaching History in the Digital Classroom: M.E. Sharpe, 2002.
  • Gouglas, Sean W.. Coding Theory: Balancing Technical and Theoretical Requirements in a Graduate-Level Humanities Computing Program,  pp. 245-56, IN: Siemens, Raymond (ed. and introd.); Moorman, David (ed. and preface); Vandendorpe, Christian (introd.); Lancashire, Ian (introd.); Clements, Patricia (introd.); Strangway, David (foreword); Rockwell, Geoffrey (afterword) Mind Technologies: Humanities Computing and the Canadian Academic Community. Calgary, AB: U of Calgary P; 2006. xlii, 317 pp. (book article)
  • Greenhow, Christine; Robelia, Beth; Hughes, Joan E. Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship in a Digital Age. Web 2.0 and Classroom Research: What Path Should We Take Now? IN: Educational Researcher, 2009, http://edr.sagepub.com/content/38/4/246.short (article)
  • Haney, Wava; Ore, Tracy; Persell, Caroline; Schulte, Aileen; Steele, James; Winfield, Idee. Digital Technologies and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Sociology. In: Teaching Sociology 30 (2), 2002, pp. 140–157.
  • Jessop, M. Teaching, Learning and Research in Final Year Humanities Computing Student Projects. In: Literary and Linguistic Computing 20 (3), 2005, pp. 295–311. (article)
  • Liu, Alan. Digital Humanities and Academic. English Language Notes, 2009 Spring-Summer; 47 (1), pp. 17-35. (journal article)
  • McPherson, Tara. Introduction: Media Studies and the Digital Humanities. In: Cinema Journal 48 (2), 2008, pp. 119–123.
  • Neuroth, Heike;  Jannidis, Fotis; Rapp, Andrea; Lohmeier, Felix. Virtuelle Forschungsumgebungen für e-Humanities. Maßnahmen zur optimalen Unterstützung von Forschungsprozessen in den Geisteswissenschaften. IN: Forschung und Praxis, 2009, http://www.bibliothek-saur.de/2009_2/part2.pdf (journal article) 
  • Rabkin, Eric. Audience, Purpose, and Medium: How Digital Media Extend Humanities Education, pp. 135-47 IN: Hanrahan, Michael (ed. and introd.); Madsen, Deborah L. (ed. and introd.) Teaching, Technology, Textuality: Approaches to New Media. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan; 2006. xvi, 193 pp. (book article)
  • Rockwell, Geoffrey: Graduate Education in Humanities Computing. IN: Computers and the Humanities 37 (3), 2003, pp. 243-244.
  • Schreibman, S.; Siemens, R.G; Unsworth, J.M: A companion to digital humanities: Blackwell Pub., 2007, http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/index.html
  • Tyner, Kathleen. Literacy in a Digital World. Teaching and Learning in the Age of Information. Routledge 1998. (book)