Category Archive: Collaboration

Posts about interdisciplinary, interprofessional, or simply interpersonal collaboration.

Mar 09

THATCampSE13 Public Google Docs Folder

Hey all – In the spirit of collaboration and working even past THATCampse13, I have created a public folder where we can all create, share, and contribute to/with each other via google docs. The URL is here: Please jump in and add/create a session you’re leading, so we can all participate.

Mar 08

Can FOSSELs Fuel Sustainability?

With the economy in its current state, money -or the lack thereof- is a constant concern. The world of Higher Education is not immune to this problem, sadly. How do we create a model that’s sustainable and still provides the tools and education for the next generation of students to become part of the global …

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Mar 05

Working with digital archives in the classroom

Archives have gone digital. From the Modernist Journals Project to bloggers with a knack for collecting rare books, the archive itself no longer has a stable relationship to space, place, or institution. I propose a discussion about successful integration of online digital archives in the everyday classroom. What do digital documents do that the traditional …

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Mar 05

Session proposal: Comics and DH

I propose a “talk” session in which we will discuss relations between comics and digital humanities and ways of using comics to engage in digital humanities research and teaching. I am currently working on a book manuscript which argues that in order to understand how the material parameters of literature are being affected by transitions …

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