|Environmental Scan: Assignments & lesson plans||Note: Rows added to the "Add new resources here!" sheet with "Assignments & lesson plans" as Resource Type automatically appear in this sheet.|
|Resource Name||Resource Location||Resource Type||Notes||Domain||Level|
|e.g. Library Instruction Cookbook||e.g. www.website.com||e.g. lesson plan, data source, etc.||eg. Site has lesson plans linked as blog posts; updated monthly.|
eg. Working with text; working with images; copyright; etc
|Good for beginners?|
|Project CORA||http://www.projectcora.org||Assignments & lesson plans|
Open Access resource for faculty and librarians to share research assignments as well as the "success or lessons learned so that others may benefit." Assignments are tagged with ACRL standards and frames. Users can comment on assignments and also link to their own adaptations.
|information literacy; research literacy|
|Draft List of Keywords for DIGITAL PEDAGOGY IN THE HUMANITIES|
|Assignments & lesson plans|
Here is the published book on MLA Commons, with additional chapters undergoing open peer review: https://digitalpedagogy.commons.mla.org/
Mini-conference at DH 2016: Innovations in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Local, National, and International Training
|http://dhsi.org/events.php#DHTraining||Assignments & lesson plans|
A mini-conference and member meeting sponsored by the International Digital Humanities Training Network / ADHO Training Group
11 July 2016 @ Digital Humanities 2016, Krakow PL. Presentation materials likely to be worth perusing.
Mini-conference at DH 2016: Workshopping DH pedagogical materials
|https://goo.gl/2i9J4I||Assignments & lesson plans|
A shared Google folder for capturing DH pedagical materials for workshopping as part of the DH pedagogy mini-conference at DH 2016 (look in the 2016 folder).
ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education Sandbox
|http://www.acrl.ala.org/acrlinsider/archives/12027||Assignments & lesson plans|
Coming soon (fall 2016). "With the Drupal open source web content management system as a foundation, the Sandbox will feature a flexible search and browse interface where users can search for resources tailored to their needs, contribute content, and participate in dynamic sharing through user comments and opportunities to invite adaptations of submissions. Besides searching for resources created by others, users can use the Sandbox as a repository to collect their own ongoing work at an individual or institutional level. The Sandbox will bring together a wide range of Framework-related instructional resources, including lesson plans, assessments, practitioner reflections, and professional development materials."
|Teaching with Primary Sources Exchange||http://rb.teachwithstuff.org||Assignments & lesson plans|
ostensibly for teaching with analog primary sources but may have applicability for teaching with digitized primary sources too
|HASTAC Pedagogy Project||https://www.hastac.org/pedagogy-project||Assignments & lesson plans|
Assignments, in-class exercises, and other projects provided by HASTAC Scholars. Organized by categories such as assessment strategy, social media & public scholarship, collaborative digital projects, etc. Open for browsing, commenting, & contribution.
|pedagogy; student-centered classroom|
DPLA "10 Ways to Use the Primary Source Sets in Your Classroom"
|Assignments & lesson plans||archives; digital archives|
HathiTrust Research Center Digging Deeper, Reaching Further curriculum
|http://teach.htrc.illinois.edu/about-the-project/||Assignments & lesson plans|
Grant was given to HTRC to develop a curriculum that teaches both text mining basics and how to use HTRC services. As a requirement of the grant, lesson plans will eventually be shared widely.
digital humanities; professional development (dh)
|school.of.data at the University of Miami||https://tibbben.github.io/school.of.data/||Assignments & lesson plans|
This is an experimental for credit data management course with slide decks, lesson plans and assignments. We are just completing the second year of teaching: it is a constant work in progress (hence github). While some of the material is new, much credit goes to DataOne, Amanda Whitmire, the MANTRA project, and Software Carpentry.
|Pedagogy Toolkit for English||http://pedagogy-toolkit.org/||Assignments & lesson plans|
"Pedagogy Toolkit for English is a teaching website that offers materials for use in composition, rhetoric, and literature courses. It is intended primarily for instructors of first-year courses, particularly those who are interested in digital approaches to teaching and would like to learn more. More than simply a website for finding material, Pedagogy Toolkit is built on top of a public repository of teaching documents that is open to all contributors. The content found here is free to use; this site is open source and everything is shared under a CC BY-SA license. The documentation that follows outlines what you can find on this site (including our Creative Commons license), how to contribute your own teaching content for others to access, and an introduction to powering-up your classroom by teaching with the cloud."
|Breaking the Code: The Developing the Librarian Project||https://devlib.library.columbia.edu||Assignments & lesson plans|
The Roadmap (https://devlib.library.columbia.edu/syllabus/) runs through a 12 month curriculum for a project "with the goal of acquiring new skills and methodologies in digital humanities."
|professional development (tech)|
|DH 102: Data in the Humanities|
|Assignments & lesson plans|
Course website for DH class at Washington & Lee. "This course introduces students to the creation and visualization of data in humanities research. "