DARIAH Workshop DH 2014
This workshop at the DH 2014 assembled an international audience with an interest and experience in using innovative methodological approaches to teaching Digital Humanities. It showcased a number of exemplary contributions on digital pedagogy in general and DH teaching in particular.
Showcases (in alphabetical order):
- Francesco Beretta: Computer Science for historians [http://programminghistorian.org/]
- David Birnbaum: Computational methods in the humanities [http://dh.obdurodon.org/]typo3/#_msocom_2
- Cyril Bornet, Claire Clivaz, Nicole Durisch Gauthier, Frédéric Kaplan: Towards multimodal literacies: “eTalk”, a new form to transmit knowledge [PDF] [Youtube]
- Andre de Waard: ClipNotes in the Classroom: Digital Film Annotation and Collaborative Learning [http://www.clipnotes.org/clipnotes-at-digital-humanities-2014-in-lausanne-switzerland/]typo3/#_msocom_3
- Kostis Kornetis, Anna-Maria Sichani: From Primary Data to Multiple Narratives: Open Source Tools for Cultural History [http://sound-cities.turkmas.uoa.gr/]typo3/#_msocom_4
- Fernie Maas, Stef Scagliola, Els Stronks: The Teething Troubles of Teaching Digital Humanities: Sharing knowledge and mapping challenges [PDF]
- Aris Xanthos: Constructionism and the pedagogy of text analysis in the DH classroom [PDF]
The second half of the workshop started with an impulse talk on DH Methods Training in an International Context by Ray Siemens. After that, the participants explored which challenges are encountered, which requirements need to be addressed and which common denominators can be identified in order to advance the development of a digital pedagogy for digital humanities.
In conclusion, DARIAH-AT sponsored two awards for contributors to the workshop which were voted for by the workshop participants:
- Best Contribution Award: David Birnbaum
- Innovative Project Award: Kostis Kornetis, Anna-Maria Sichani
The workshop was hosted the Virtual Competency Centre 2: Research and Education Liaison of the ERIC Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH), represented by Claire Clivaz, Walter Scholger and Toma Tasovac.
The abstracts for the showcased contributions are available as a PDF here.
The Workshop outline and detailed programme is available as a PDF here.
Library: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 9.00-13.00 and by arrangement