This event is part of a series on “Digital methods and tools in teaching and learning,” organized by the Digital Liberal Arts Programs committee.
Najla Jarkas, AMICAL’s Digital Liberal Arts Mellon Fellow, will be sharing her experiences with integrating digital methods and tools in her writing, literature, and introductory digital humanities courses at the undergraduate level.
This two-hour workshop will include a parade of digital methods and tools that engage students in textual, spatial, temporal and network analyses of literary texts. Participants will be invited to a discussion to share their take on the affordances and limitations of digital tools and methods in the class.
Who should attend? Faculty teaching humanities courses, who are interested in integrating digital methods and tools in their teaching, as well as librarians and technologists who are curious to learn about these digital methods and tools.