Blogging to Support your Digital Humanities Initiatives

Blogging is an essential activity to share ideas, collaborate and establish a professional online presence. In this workshop, strategies for using blogs to support Digital Humanities (DH) initiatives will be explored. WordPress, a popular blogging platform, provides the tools and framework for creating an online DH project including the use of various themes and plugins.

Themes can transform your blog from a simple blog format into a newsletter or magazine, rich-media site or project showcase. More advanced themes let you make your blog into almost anything you can imagine. Plugins allow you to include all your social media presences, add event listings, create a community, conduct surveys or quizzes, build more complex taxonomies, or present data. Examples of projects include self-publishing, student generated work and multimedia presentations.

Blogging to Support your Digital Humanities Initiatives
Tuesday, February 23
11:45 – 12:45 p.m. (Lunch will be Served)
Walsh Library – Computer Training Classroom

To Register for the session –  Click Here 

Presentations from:

Danielle Mirliss, E.d.D
Director, Instructional Design
Teaching, Learning & Technology Center

Thomas McGee
Senior Digital Media Specialist
Teaching, Learning & Technology Center

Martin Edwards
Associate Professor; Director, Center for United Nations and Global Governance Studies
School of Diplomacy & International Relations

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This event is sponsored by the Digital Humanities Committee and the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR). The Digital Humanities initiative is made possible through funding by the Provost’s Office.

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