HILT: Digital Pedagogy and Networked Learning

Introduction to Digital Pedagogy - Hashtag #DPNL16

LINK http://bit.ly/1PouD9G

Slides https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1GcWFUvSOIasY8GfRNEC3Eb-O6zgi5AjEkTSj_hTXFJA/edit?usp=sharing 

Contact Information:

Amanda Licastro, PhD

Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric, Stevenson University

Twitter: @amandalicastro

Email: amanda.licastro@gmail.com 

Lee Skallerup Bessette, PhD

Instructional Technology Specialist, University of Mary Washington

Twitter: @readywriting

Email: lee.bessette@gmail.com

Day 1

Before lunch

  1. Recommended reading “Screwing Around” Katherine Harris
  2. Introductions (Google Me exercise) - Make a Slide!
  1. This is what it’s like to grow up in the age of likes, lols and longing
  1. Think-Pair-Share on “what is digital pedagogy?”
  1. #4wordpedagogy on Twitter
  2. “Using technology as a catalyst to transform our teaching towards being process oriented, to think critically about tech, and doesn’t emphasize teaching ‘transferable skills’”
  3. “Using digital technologies to facilitate classroom learning and teaching”
  4. “Using modern technological tools to facilitate learning and student work and discussing their implications.”
  1. Digital Literacy Timeline activity
  1. List 5-10 tools you’ve used in learning/teaching (in the classroom)
  2. Share the list with the two people next to you
  3. Introduce tools
  1. Tiki-toki
  2. timelineJS
  3. Dipity
  4. Example: http://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/127876/An-Experiment-in-Comparative-Media-Studies/#vars!date=2700%20BC-05-01_00:00:00!
  5. Example:http://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline/latest/embed/index.html?source=0AhdwSTa5E_bgdEpXODlTYjBfWTBPT3lfN0d1Ukt0NVE&font=Bevan-PotanoSans&maptype=TERRAIN&lang=en&height=650
  1. Fair use image search 
  1. NYPL http://www.nypl.org/research/collections/digital-collections/public-domain
  2. British Museum http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/search_the_collection_database/about_the_database/images_on_the_database.aspx
  3. Getty http://stories.gettyimages.com/using-images-web-guide-fair-use/ 
  4. Purdue OWL https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/

Lunch

  1. Make timeline
  2. Share timelines
  3. Reflect on how timeline activity works pedagogically
  1. Using Google Forms to survey students technology knowledge.
  2. Use the timeline as a narrative of their experiences.
  3. Have students write a reflection on using the tool.
  4. Is the struggle with technology a part of the learning goal, or will it be a distraction from the learning goal?
  5. Start the students on tools in low-stakes activities.
  6. What about accessibility of the tools?
  7. History being reduced to timelines?
  1. Other tools:
  1. Timemapper
  2. Storymap
  3. My Maps in Google

What We Made:

Charlie: https://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1SCfdo5vmmolvVrxiDYvpPBNgEyctJnkOT7pUteHtZD4&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650

Heather: http://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/662797/My-Tools/

Lee: https://cdn.knightlab.com/libs/timeline3/latest/embed/index.html?source=1ULcDG0T40uswAHZDkRSvEEXNTp75K5ez6KfRIj-GC9Q&font=Default&lang=en&initial_zoom=2&height=650

Pam’s timeline 

Kim McKee: http://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/662798/Digital-Technologies-and-Personal-Use/ 

Jennifer:

http://www.tiki-toki.com/timeline/entry/662796/Me-according-to-me/

Day 2

  1. Annotation Tools
  1. Suggested readings:
  1. http://epress.trincoll.edu/webwriting/chapter/jones/
  2. https://hypothes.is/blog/author/jeremydean/
  3. JITP Article http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/making-reading-visible-social-annotation-with-lacuna-in-the-humanities-classroom/ 
  4. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/framing-annotation/61963
  5. Hybrid Pedagogy
  6. https://ellacydawson.wordpress.com/2016/03/25/how-news-genius-silences-writers/ (probably not a great idea to annotate this one…)
  1. Discuss history of annotation and the problem of reading online
  1. http://www.booktraces.org/ 
  1. Show tools and examples
  1. Genius
  2. Hypothes.is
  1. http://nautil.us/issue/32/space/the-deep-space-of-digital-reading
  2. https://via.hypothes.is/http://nautil.us/issue/32/space/the-deep-space-of-digital-reading
  3. https://medium.com/bright/the-web-we-need-to-give-students-311d97713713#.jb8ixfzdu
  4. https://via.hypothes.is/https://medium.com/bright/the-web-we-need-to-give-students-311d97713713
  1. Google Docs
  1. A Seat in the Garden (see, no comments, because CLOSED!)
  1. MIT Annotation Studio
  1. http://app.annotationstudio.org/users/amandal 
  2. https://eng15108fall15.wordpress.com/tag/machinestops/ 
  1. JING 
  1. Student example https://eng256spring16.wordpress.com/2016/03/03/rhetorical-analysis-plagiarism-and-digital-media/ 
  2. Assignment https://eng256spring16.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/rhetorical-analysis-assignment/ 
  1. Skitch App
  2. LICEcap (creating gifs)
  3. Social media tools
  1. https://eng15102spring16.wordpress.com/tag/social-media/ 
  2. https://storify.com/samplereality/gmu-students-livetweet-blade-runner
  3. Storify.com
  4. TAGS.hawksey.info (Use TAGS 6.1)
  1. Annotation of Video
  1. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/using-video-annotation-tools-to-teach-film-analysis/57171                

Lunch

  1. Annotate an article
  1. Select one of the “Suggested Readings” from Day 2 to annotate using hyposthes.is.
  1. Share results and critique tools
  2. Talk about starting a DH program.

Day 3

High Stakes Multimodal Assignments (Citation: Peter Elbow - link to a PDF that downloads)

  1. Recommended reading
  1. https://digitalpedagogy.commons.mla.org/ (particularly “Play” and “Collaboration”)
  2. http://dgst101.net/
  3. Writer/Designer
  1. Reverse engineer traditional assignments - THE TRADITIONAL ESSAY (DHQ Essay)
  2. Reverse engineer digital assignments
  1. Miriam Posner’s talk on this approach: http://miriamposner.com/blog/how-did-they-make-that-the-video/ 
  1. Million syllabi project
  1. http://opensyllabusproject.org/
  2. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/24/opinion/sunday/what-a-million-syllabuses-can-teach-us.html?_r=0 

Lunch

  1. Create rubric/objectives
  1. Example http://www2.bgsu.edu/departments/english/cconline/winter2013/digital_s/rubric.html 
  2. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/a-rubric-for-evaluating-student-blogs/27196 
  3. https://eng15102spring16.wordpress.com/tag/rubric/ 
  1. Group contracts and project management plans
  1. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1yhycLIeR4KtOJyC_cHWC3fdKyicAqVt9Z5McC1ZNT2s/edit?usp=sharing 
  2. http://mcclurken.org/category/student-contracts/
  3. http://miriamposner.com/dh101f15/index.php/assignments/final-project/charter-guidelines/

 

Day 4

Evaluation and Feedback

  1. How do we assess digital projects?
  1. Examples from professional organizations
  1. AHA Guidelines https://www.historians.org/teaching-and-learning/digital-history-resources/evaluation-of-digital-scholarship-in-history/guidelines-for-the-evaluation-of-digital-scholarship-in-history 
  2. MLA Guidelines https://www.mla.org/About-Us/Governance/Committees/Committee-Listings/Professional-Issues/Committee-on-Information-Technology/Guidelines-for-Evaluating-Work-in-Digital-Humanities-and-Digital-Media

  1. Grading Contracts and Generous Assessment:
  1. https://www.hastac.org/blogs/cathy-davidson/2015/08/16/getting-started-6-contract-grading-and-peer-review
  2. https://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/just-visiting/i-have-seen-glories-grading-contract
  3. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/using-grading-contracts/25916
  4. https://remixingcollegeenglish.wordpress.com/tag/contract-grading/ 
  5. http://collegereadywriting.blogspot.com/p/peer-driven-learning.html
  6. http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/hybridped/assessment/

  1. Reflection:
  1. https://eng256spring16.wordpress.com/2016/04/28/final-reflection/
  2. http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/usupress_pubs/120/
  3. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/the-importance-of-reflection-when-learning-technical-skills/62125
  4. http://metawriting.deannamascle.com/community-reflection-passion/
  5. http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/hybridped/the-digital-humanities-is-about-breaking-stuff/
  6. http://www.samplereality.com/2012/05/02/notes-towards-a-deformed-humanities/


  1. How do you find out more?
  1. Don’t be afraid to google.
  2. Connect on Twitter, other social media platforms.
  1. #digped
  2. #digitalhistory
  3. #twitterstorians
  4. #digitalhumanities
  5. #transformDH
  6. #dhpoco
  7. #pocodh
  8. Follow digital humanists and see who they follow.
  1. Listservs (ugh, I know, but they can be a great resource)
  1. AIR - Association for Internet Research
  2. WPA - Writing Program Administrators
  3. Humanist -
  4. MLA Commons Groups
  5. H-Net
  1. Digital Humanities Slack (fill out form to join)
  2. THATCamp.org
  3. FemTechNet on Facebook
  4. GO::DH

  1. Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning
  1. http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/table-of-contents-issue-eight/ (JITP issue on Accessibiltiy)
  2. http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/18.1/coverweb/yergeau-et-al/ (Kairos issue on accessibility)
  3. http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/web-designer/creating-an-ada-compliant-website/ (list of considerations when creating accessible websites)
  4. http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/tag/accessibility
  5. http://www.udlcenter.org
  6. http://www.cast.org/our-work/about-udl.html#.V2Lkc1fdPZY

  1. Inclusiveness
  1. https://modelviewculture.com
  2. The Shadow Syllabus
  3. https://www.diglib.org/archives/12064/
  4. http://www.dhtraining.org/hilt2015/statement-values/
  5. https://modelviewculture.com/pieces/the-new-normal-codes-of-conduct-in-2015-and-beyond
  6. https://www.mla.org/Resources/Research/Surveys-Reports-and-Other-Documents/Staffing-Salaries-and-Other-Professional-Issues/Statement-of-Professional-Ethics/Read-the-Statement-Online

  1. How do we talk to our peers? How do we become and find other champions?

Additional Resources

http://pedagogy-toolkit.org/resources/ (Exercises and examples)

Hybrid Pedagogy (Journal)

http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/ (Journal)

Electricarchaeology.ca (Professor blog)

http://dirtdirectory.org/ (FIND ALL THE TOOLS)

Introduction to Digital Humanities (UCLA Resource/Syllabus)

http://voyant-tools.org/ (Text analysis tool)

IMJ - Web-based image tool (Image analysis tool)

http://ryancordell.org/teaching/network-analysis-workshop/ (Network analysis tutorial)

https://tags.hawksey.info/ (Twitter analysis/visualization)

http://scalar.usc.edu/scalar/ (multimedia publishing platform)

https://omeka.org/ (curatorial publishing platform)

http://kairos.technorhetoric.net (Journal)

http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/20.1/inventio/salter/index.html (Alice in Dataland)

http://digitalhumanities.berkeley.edu/resources/digital-humanities-journals (All the DH journals)

http://www.hypercities.com (Social media analysis)

http://www.zachwhalen.net/posts/notes-on-teaching-with-slack/ (Slack)

http://literaturegeek.com/2013/09/09/dataintogephi (Gephi - networks)

http://programminghistorian.org (Getting started in programming)

http://digitalhumanities.org/answers/ (Ask all your DH questions, get answers)

http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/encyclopedia/ (examples of student projects)

FemTechNet

Resources for DH Programs/Courses:

http://dh101.humanities.ucla.edu/

http://dgst101.net/

http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/1-1/getting-started-in-digital-humanities-by-lisa-spiro/

http://devdh.org/2013/07/25/announcing-getting-started-in-the-digital-humanities-a-how-to-guide-for-digital-research/

http://iliads.org/

https://dlaexchange.wordpress.com/

https://storify.com/readywriting/getting-started-in-dh-at-a-slac

Lee’s Syllabus for DGST 101

http://libarts.wsu.edu/dtc/

http://www.leeannhunter.com/digital/

https://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2012/07/23/provosts-digital-innovation-grants/ 

https://www.hastac.org/blogs/superadmin/2015/01/26/gender-bias-academe-annotated-bibliography-important-recent-studies

DHQ Special Issue: Creative Pedagogical Approaches in Information Design

Submission deadline: 1 October 2016

 

http://dsg.neu.edu/call-for-proposals/ 

http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/submissions/cfps.html 

Digital Humanities Quarterly invites submissions for a special issue on creative pedagogical approaches in the instruction of information visualization. Contributions are invited on methodologies, tools, and resources that practitioners have used to teach any facet of information visualization, which may include (but is not limited to) best practices in design, the use of specific tools, or data literacy. These approaches may include any resources, workshops, activities, or other materials that translate principles of information visualization both widely across as well as within specific disciplines, cultures of scholarship, and technical backgrounds. Alternatively, contributions may be submitted about theoretical and philosophical perspectives on information visualization that inform the ways in which visualization is taught, where “teaching” may encompass engagement with audiences at any level of academe (e.g., students, faculty, administrators, or staff).

Following guidelines provided by DHQ, submissions may include research articles, case studies, opinion pieces, or reviews, such as ones written about digital materials that have been used in teaching information visualization. Individuals who wish to submit pieces that are more experimental in form beyond the DHQ guidelines above should contact the editor (below) in advance to discuss feasibility and other options for execution.

The deadline for submitting pieces is October 1, 2016. Full submissions should follow the author guidelines provided by DHQ and should be 10 - 20 pages in length, with the possibility of longer pieces approved in exceptional instances. (For more details about DHQ submission guidelines, please refer to http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/submissions/index.html). Please send all completed submissions to the guest editor of this issue, Steven Braun (s.braun@neu.edu), with the subject line "DHQ Special Issue Infovis." Please submit any questions or concerns about submissions to this address as well.

Submissions will undergo anonymous peer review through standard DHQ review processes, and the editor(s) will work with submission authors to ensure that final submissions follow appropriate guidelines for publication in DHQ.


Group Digital Timeline Project Rubric: http://bit.ly/1Uf1Xrh