Feb. 19, 10:00am – 12:00pm
Faculty from Seton Hall University and Ramapo College of NJ will be presenting on the ways they have incorporated digital humanities tools and practices into their courses through projects and assignments. The presenters come from a variety of disciplines: Psychology, English, Sociology, Languages, History, and more. Students in their courses acquired skills such as text annotation, data visualization, podcasting, mapping, and data narration. Funding for this work was provided by grants from Bringing Theory to Practice and the Booth Ferris Foundation. We hope you’re able to join us to learn how DH tools, applications, and approaches can enhance teaching and learning.
This event is open to faculty from Seton Hall University, Ramapo College, and member schools of the NJ Digital Humanities Consortium. For more information, contact Mary Balkun (email@example.com). Please share with others who may be interested.