THATCampVU Notes

See these notes as well from David Michelson:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XRnFYzr4-K-KbbA7ZSdEU0JmvlW1tIXEZQ5UxByb638/edit?pli=1

12:30Registration BeginsCurb Center

1:10– 2:00Workshop with Jacob Thornton and Todd Hughes

Vanderbilt University

“A Tale of Two Maps:  Google Maps and Neatline.”Curb Center

2:10– 3:00Workshop with William Pannapacker, Associate Professor of EnglishHope College“DH is EZ: Some Simple Tools You Can Use.”Curb Center

3:10– 4:00Workshop with Amy Earhart, Assistant Professor of EnglishTexas A&M University“Engaging Students in Digital Research: Using Neatline and TEI.”Curb Center

Some great models for using DH in the classroom.

        -A key seems to be that teachers need to be flexible and find ways to adapt project to students’ abilities.

Also important to be practical -- find ways to publish from digital projects.

4:10– 5:00Plenary I: William Pannapacker, Associate Professor of EnglishHope College“Digital Humanities: From the Edge to the Center.”Curb Center

5:10- 6:00Planning Session: Todd F. Hughes and G. Cory DuclosVanderbilt UniversityCurb Center6:15-7:15ReceptionCurb Center