Catherine Tinker, J.D., J.S.D.
Visiting Associate Professor
Reconfiguring Teaching by Using DH to Develop Inter-Active Learning
2016 Seed Grant
Digital Humanities tools will be used to reconfigure teaching in Graduate Course DIPL 6015, Fall 2016, offered for Masters’ Degree Candidates and for the Certificate Program in UN Studies by the School of Diplomacy and International Relations. Students within this course have many skill levels, degrees of preparation for graduate school work, and different nationalities and backgrounds. The use of DH for inter-active learning could help to bridge the gap in the classroom, give all students a new skill they can apply to their further studies in Diplomacy and International Relations, and ultimately help them get a job.
Tinker, Catherine, “Reconfiguring Teaching by Using DH to Develop Interactive Learning” (2016). Digital Humanities. 14.