Teaching Digital History Workshop
We are happy to announce the Teaching Digital History Workshop one day seminar the 23/10-2019! Here we will discuss the implications of digital history as a whole but with the emphasis on how to teach digital history.
Info about event
Preben Hornung Stuen, Frederik Nielsens vej 2-4, 8000 Aarhus C.
How are the ways in which we teach history affected by the availability of millions of new sources in digital formats and a growing variety of digital research tools? Should we teach history students how to use digital archives and digital methods? And how should it be done? These are all questions we will discuss at the Teaching Digital History Workshop arranged by CEDHAR, the Center for Digital
History Aarhus, 23 October 2019, 10-17 in the Preben Hornung room, Frederik Nielsens Vej, 2-4.
Invited speakers include representatives from the Programming Historian, the team behind Ranke2 as well as university teachers who have already begun introducing digital archives and digital methods in their classes. The program will contain a mixture of talks and discussions of questions related to the practices of teaching digital methods to history students.
A Beating Heart of Digital History: The Programming Historian
Sofia Papastamkou, CNRS, Institut de Recherches Historiques du Septentrion, University of Lille
Smuggling Digital Source Criticism into the academic fortress: Strategies for challenging the backlog in digital literacy at faculties of Humanities.
Stefania Scagliola, Center for Contemporary and Digital History, University of Luxembourg.
Establishing the role of the library and archives in digital humanities teaching at the University of Limerick
Kirsten Mulrennan and Sinéad Keogh, Glucksman Library, University of Limerick
Preliminary thoughts on teaching Digital History at Aalborg University
Marianne Sletten Paash & Johan Heinsen, Aalborg University
Teaching Workflows and References to Improve Digital Archival Literacy
Helle Strandgaard Jensen & Adéla Sobotkova, Aarhus University.
Priming historians and history students to study the archived web
Niels Brügger, Aarhus University
Letting students loose in a digital archive: Teaching the Georgian Papers Programme
Arthur Burns, King’s College London, and the Georgian Papers Programme
Project-based and collaborative pedagogy in Digital Humanities
Anne Alexander, Cambridge Digital Humanities, University of Cambridge
Rigsarkivet’s Digital History Methods Lab: teaching basic tools to disseminate our collections.
Louise Ludvigsen, The Danish National Archives & Barbara Revuelta-Eugercios, The Danish National Archives/University of Copenhagen.
Where to go from here? Teaching digital history in the 2020s. Workshop by C2DH & CEDHAR.
16:15-17:00 DISCUSSION CONT.
How to engage (other) faculty and students and who provides the needed infrastructure? Managing up and down in the case of digital history.