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List of Digital Humanities syllabi (CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative)
Digital Humanities Education: Examines different approaches to digital humanities education. Includes syllabi and curriculum planning documents, as well as as articles about open education, networked pedagogies, and more. (By Lisa Spiro)
|Example of an "Introduction to Digital Humanities" by Brian Croxall
Digital Humanities 150, “Tools, Techniques, and Culture of the Digital Humanities.” By Meagan Timney
|"The Twenty Best Blogs in the Digital Humanities", collected by onlinecollege.org|
|Digital Humanities Questions & Answers: DH in the Classroom (Association for Computers and the Humanities)|
Brown, Susan. Don't Mind the Gap: Evolving Digital Modes of Scholarly Production across the Digital-Humanities Divide, pp. 203-231 IN: Coleman, Daniel (ed. and introd.); Kamboureli, Smaro (ed. and introd.) Retooling the Humanities: The Culture of Research in Canadian Universities. Edmonton, AB: U of Alberta P; 2011. xxiv, 312 pp. (book article)
Cantu, D.A; Warren, W.J: Teaching History in the Digital Classroom: M.E. Sharpe, 2002.
Gouglas, Sean W.. Coding Theory: Balancing Technical and Theoretical Requirements in a Graduate-Level Humanities Computing Program, pp. 245-56, IN: Siemens, Raymond (ed. and introd.); Moorman, David (ed. and preface); Vandendorpe, Christian (introd.); Lancashire, Ian (introd.); Clements, Patricia (introd.); Strangway, David (foreword); Rockwell, Geoffrey (afterword) Mind Technologies: Humanities Computing and the Canadian Academic Community. Calgary, AB: U of Calgary P; 2006. xlii, 317 pp. (book article)
Greenhow, Christine; Robelia, Beth; Hughes, Joan E. Learning, Teaching, and Scholarship in a Digital Age. Web 2.0 and Classroom Research: What Path Should We Take Now? IN: Educational Researcher, 2009, http://edr.sagepub.com/content/38/4/246.short (article)
Haney, Wava; Ore, Tracy; Persell, Caroline; Schulte, Aileen; Steele, James; Winfield, Idee. Digital Technologies and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Sociology. In: Teaching Sociology 30 (2), 2002, pp. 140–157.
Jessop, M. Teaching, Learning and Research in Final Year Humanities Computing Student Projects. In: Literary and Linguistic Computing 20 (3), 2005, pp. 295–311. (article)
Liu, Alan. Digital Humanities and Academic. English Language Notes, 2009 Spring-Summer; 47 (1), pp. 17-35. (journal article)
McPherson, Tara. Introduction: Media Studies and the Digital Humanities. In: Cinema Journal 48 (2), 2008, pp. 119–123.
Neuroth, Heike; Jannidis, Fotis; Rapp, Andrea; Lohmeier, Felix. Virtuelle Forschungsumgebungen für e-Humanities. Maßnahmen zur optimalen Unterstützung von Forschungsprozessen in den Geisteswissenschaften. IN: Forschung und Praxis, 2009, http://www.bibliothek-saur.de/2009_2/part2.pdf (journal article)
Rabkin, Eric. Audience, Purpose, and Medium: How Digital Media Extend Humanities Education, pp. 135-47 IN: Hanrahan, Michael (ed. and introd.); Madsen, Deborah L. (ed. and introd.) Teaching, Technology, Textuality: Approaches to New Media. Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan; 2006. xvi, 193 pp. (book article)
Rockwell, Geoffrey: Graduate Education in Humanities Computing. IN: Computers and the Humanities 37 (3), 2003, pp. 243-244.
Schreibman, S.; Siemens, R.G; Unsworth, J.M: A companion to digital humanities: Blackwell Pub., 2007, http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/index.html
Tyner, Kathleen. Literacy in a Digital World. Teaching and Learning in the Age of Information. Routledge 1998. (book)