Post for Lisa Spiro:
This fall’s Texas Digital Humanities Consortium (TXDHC) webinars will focus on digital humanities teaching and learning. Join us for presentations by Laura Mandell on “Teaching Programming4Humanists: Lessons Learned” (October 7) and Andrew Torget on “Using Omeka in the Classroom: Lessons Learned from Having Undergraduates Build an Online Civil Rights Museum” (November 5). Following each presentation, we will leave time for discussion and for information sharing about digital humanities goings-on across Texas.
“Teaching Programming4Humanists: Lessons Learned”
Wednesday, October 7, 2015–2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Laura Mandell (Texas A&M)
Director, Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture
Professor of English
Join the webinar at https://riceuniversity.zoom.us/j/220586511
“Using Omeka in the Classroom: Lessons Learned from Having Undergraduates Build an Online Civil Rights Museum”
Thursday, November 5, 2015– 12 p.m.-1 p.m.
Andrew Torget (UNT)
Assistant Professor of History
Join the webinar at https://riceuniversity.zoom.us/j/579382445
Please invite your colleagues at colleges, universities and cultural heritage institutions in Texas to join the TXDHC. Becoming a part of TXDHC is easy– simply fill in the form at http://www.txdhc.org/join-us/.
If you have an idea for a future TXDHC event or initiative, or if you would like to share your work at an upcoming webinar, please get in touch with Lisa Spiro at email@example.com. And please make use of the TXDHC website at http://www.txdhc.org/ to share announcements or foster conversation about DH.
Hope to see you at one of our events!