Today marks the first day of NYCDH Week, a week-long series of workshops, lightning talks, and social events for digital humanists of all stripes and at all skill levels. There is a kickoff gathering all day today at the CUNY GC and an exciting array of workshops and discussions on platforms, computing languages, and more general scholarly and pedagogical topics going on all week.
This semester, ACERT organized two new prizes to call attention to some of the innovative and exciting work happening at Hunter in the area of digital pedagogy: a Faculty Assignment Prize and a Student Digital Writing Prize. Here, we would like to share with you a small sample of the winning projects.
Presenter(s): Jack Dougherty (Professor of Educational Studies, Trinity College)
A workshop led by Jack Dougherty on the process of collaborating with undergraduate students to create On The Line (http://OnTheLine.trincoll.edu), an open-access digital history book with interactive maps and oral history videos.
Presenter(s): Dan Cherubin, Chief Librarian and Associate Dean Hunter College Libraries And Hunter College Library Faculty; Meg Bausman, Jonathan Cain, Hal Grossman, Julio Hernandez-Delgado, John Pell, Louise Sherby, Gardner Treneman, Patricia Woodard, Stephen Zweibel, Harlan Kellaway
As with all aspects of scholarship, the library is changing. [...] [Details...]