Submitted by Holly Davis:

The Digital Humanities Pedagogy workshop series guides faculty, instructors and graduate students through determining the most appropriate digital humanities (DH) approach for their course, reviewing resource modules for DH methods and tools and integrating instruction into a new or existing course. The series includes three synchronous working sessions and three asynchronous self-study modules. Module topics include general introductions to DH, collections & exhibits, digital publishing, geospatial humanities, network analysis, data analysis, text analysis, digital scholarly editing & text encoding and visualization. Upon completion, participants will have a plan for course integration and for pursuing additional training in the method or tool they will be teaching if needed. The program is an approved Teaching Endorsement through the Drake Institute for Teaching and Learning (DITL) and will prepare participants to complete the DITL Instructional Redesign Portfolio. More information about the endorsement can be found on the Drake Institute site.

Registration is limited to twenty (20) participants. Synchronous working sessions will be through Zoom and asynchronous self-study through Carmen.

Participants must attend all three in-person sessions (April 22, May 20 and May 27, 3 – 5 p.m.), have an individual consultation session (May 7-26) complete three brainstorming responses (April 29 – May 13) and drafts of sections I. and II. of the IR Portfolio in order to obtain the endorsement.

Please email questions to Leigh Bonds at

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