Notes are here.
I propose an unconference session on teaching the digital humanities to undergraduates. I have developed a course in digital history at West Chester University. Some things worked well; some didn’t. I’m reworking the syllabus for the next go around, and I’m hoping I’m not the only professor contemplating best practices for how to do this. I’d love to devote a session to exchanging ideas for how to integrate the digital into the humanities at the college level. What kind of projects are both feasible and rewarding? What criteria should we use to evaluate students’ digital work? What kind of goals should a class like this have?