Digital Humanities Workshop Video

On Tuesday, November 29th, 2011, the Digital Humanities Initiative in partnership with the WFU Teaching and Learning Center presented “The Digital Humanities Project in the Classroom” in Reynolda Hall. ┬áThe Digital Humanities Project provides opportunities for faculty to both engage in digital humanities based research projects, as well as to utilize Digital Humanities tools in their classrooms, developing simple mechanisms to enable their students to engage in and document public engagement work, interviews, and oral histories in the surrounding community. This session focused on the techniques and increased opportunities students will have through Digital Humanities projects to interact directly with community members, to record and reflect on their experiences, and to share their documentation of these experiences.

This session was recorded. Click on the links below to view the eight-part workshop.

Digital Humanities Workshop, Introduction from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

“King, Queens and Naves”: Rachael Deagman, English from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

“Analyzing Features of English Language Using JSTOR…”: Laura Aull, English from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

Laura Aull, English, Part Two from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

“Real-World Examples in Real Time”: Class Project: Jerid Francom, Romance Languages, Part One from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

Jerid Francom, Romance Languages, Part Two from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

“Yadkin River Story”: A Public Humanities Project: Phoebe Zerwick, English from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.

Phoebe Zerwick, English, Part Two from Aimee Mepham on Vimeo.