Building Temporality and Textuality: Scaffolding History Reading Comprehension with Net.Create, an Interactive Open-Source Network Analysis Tool

Kalani Craig, Haesol Bae*, Joshua Danish, Ann McCranie, Suraj Uttamchandani*, Maksymillian Szostalo*, Cindy Hmelo-Silver. "Building Temporality and Textuality: Scaffolding History Reading Comprehension with Net.Create, an Interactive Open-Source Network Analysis Tool", in XXXIX Sunbelt Social Networks Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis, Montreal, Quebec, Canada), June 20, 2019. Ajudicated award for conference’s best poster.

The line between pedagogy and research is often impermeable in the humanities. This talk looks at the feedback loop between classroom pedagogy study and digital-humanities research practices and the effects of these feedback look on user-interface design and feature choices, in the contest of 4 years of development of a network-analysis tool that supports simultaneous multi-user data entry.