Researchers and educators from across an array of disciplines have been experimenting with theories, practices, and tools drawn from the digital humanities both to create new forms of scholarship, and to create new models for interactive and collaborative teaching and learning, particularly in regard to undergraduate humanities research. In this learning community we will examine relevant examples drawn from the international university community, and discuss how new types of digital humanities research projects can be integrated into the university curriculum, supporting faculty efforts to innovate with new media, and benefiting students from any major.
Five weekly meetings
Thursdays from Noon to 1:00pm
March 7th, March 14th, (No meeting on March 21st due to Spring break), March 28th, April 4th, and April 11th, 2013
Center for Teaching Excellence
860 Van Vleet Oval, Copeland Hall 101
Dr. Katherine Pandora, Associate Professor of History of Science, Associates' Presidential Professor
Dr. Katherine Pandora is an associate professor in the Department of the History of Science with primary teaching and research interests in the area of science, the public, and popular culture. Her engagement with computer-mediated communication began as a founding member of the former Human-Technology Interaction Center at OU in 1998 and continues today in terms of web 2.0 technologies and their ramifications for teaching, research, and public engagement. She is the Coordinator for the Digital Humanities Working Group @ OU and is an Associates’ Presidential Professor.
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