Digital Humanities Faculty Learning Community

The Center for Faculty Development invites full-time faculty to join the Digital Humanities Faculty Learning Community, which meets bi-weekly throughout the semester. The goal is to bring together faculty interested in DH for conversation and mutual support. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to revise an existing course for inclusion in the undergraduate Certificate in the Digital Humanities and Data Studies. Over the course of the semester, faculty will share their experiences integrating digital tools and instruction into the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. Guest speakers from both within and outside the university will be invited to discuss innovative approaches to DH course design, tools, and techniques. Some of the digital tools that we will focus on are the Canvas LMS, Adobe Creative Campus, and teaching with AI. Additional topics will be based on the interests of the group members. The day and time of meetings will be determined based on the schedules of the participants.


For additional information, contact Rachael Warmington,

Interested faculty may also simply propose a course for inclusion in the DH certificate. Learn more about the certificate here.

For information about DH at Seton Hall, visit our blog.

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