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Annotation and Screencasting to extend the reach of your classroom

In March, the Center for Language Study hosted a Brown Bag and workshop (see blog post here) where we (Dave Malinowski, Adam Hummel, and Vincent Cangiano) discussed possibilities for creating online materials — annotated documents, instructional videos, and more — for language instructors to extend the reach of the classroom…

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Timeline + Map Web Tool Comparison

I prepared this brief for a pair-taught course on monasticism, in which the professors wanted to explore using chronological, locative, and narrative data from historical, ethnographic, archaeological, literary, and visual sources to facilitate sophisticated comparative analysis. In particular, they hoped students would make connections and distinctions between phenomena that were…

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Recent NEH/DFG Digital Humanities Awards and the Future of Autonomous Projects

The NEH (National Endowment for the Humanities) and DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) have announced another round of awards for their Bilateral Digital Humanities Program. The program provides support for projects that contribute to developing and implementing digital infrastructures and services for humanities research. They are awarded to collaborative projects between at…

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