Category Archives: Libraries

Last minute session proposal – Disruption Theory

I’m interested in gathering a group of people to talk through some implications of disruption theory (developed by Clayton Christensen) on the humanities, and for academic, library, and museum institutions. I proposed a similar session at THATCamp Museum 2012 and … Continue reading

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Libraries Supporting Digital Humanities

How can libraries support the practice and dissemination of DH on campus? What roles can we play? With whom can we develop effective partnerships on campus and beyond? What kinds of collaboration are scholars seeking? And how can libraries participate … Continue reading

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Proposing a general discussion: DH pedagogy

I agree that a general discussion on DH in the classroom, broadly under the concept of “DH pedagogy” would be useful. I would propose the following issues for discussion: Lesson plans and learning outcomes: incorporating DH in the classroom Student … Continue reading

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UpComing Virtual Conference

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Dork Shorts!

Hi everyone – Tatiana clued me in to a great idea for a session proposal – “dork shorts” is a short series of 7-10 minute presentations of ideas or in progress projects that presenters is are interested in receiving feedback … Continue reading

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