Do you have students do text analysis in your course? How about mapping? Or writing, editing, and/or presenting? If you answer yes to any of these questions you may already be a Digital Humanist (or one in the making!) The journal Hybrid Pedagogy looks at simple ways that many instructors deploy DH pedagogy without even realizing it. Looking at easy to use tools like Wordle, Google Maps, Wikipedia, and Omeka.net the article, Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates: An Overview, uncovers DH techniques instructors may already employ and offers suggestions for those interested in adding the “digital” to their repertoire.
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