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A Storify of the AHA 2015 Digital Pedagogy Lightning Round

For AHA 2015’s Digital Pedagogy Lightning Round (Session 95), a few of us in the audience were Tweeting. Here’s a Storify of the Tweets that came of of that session.

Teaching Digital Humanities with Analog Tools: Word Clouds and Text Mining

This lesson plan draws on my own research interests in text mining and corpus linguistics to create a compact text mining exercise--a single book in a single class session--which makes text mining feel approachable but also exposes the weaknesses and the strengths of text mining as a methodological approach to students.

Teaching Digital Humanities with Analog Tools: The Iliad and Networks

This lesson plan draws on my own research interests in network analysis to create a compact introduction to network analysis, drawing on student familiarity with and professional research on modern social networks.

Teaching Digital Humanities with Analog Tools: Background and Assumptions

It's hard to guarantee access to all the right tools for digital humanities in a standard classroom. That's doubly true in a survey course that's listed as a traditional history class, especially when it's not feasible to schedule every single class session in a computer lab. This series tackles digital history lesson plans in analog classrooms with minimal tech.

Teaching Digital Humanities with Analog Tools: Background and Assumptions

It's hard to guarantee access to all the right tools for digital humanities in a standard classroom. That's doubly true in a survey course that's listed as a traditional history class, especially when it's not feasible to schedule every single class session in a computer lab. This series tackles digital history lesson plans in analog classrooms with minimal tech.

Recap of a "Flipped Classroom" master class

A response to a flipped-classroom presentation

The 5 "P"s of reading primary sources

Unpacking and reassembly instructions for primary sources with mnemonic tags to make memorization and recall easier.