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Todd Suomela

the social-rhetorical challenges of information technology - digital digs - 0 views

  • This is why a survey coming from IT asking me about the usefulness of the technology in the classroom seems tone deaf to me. The problem isn’t the technology or if there are problems with the technology then they are obscured by the limits of the physical space. I would like for students to have enough space to bring their laptops, move around, work in groups, share their screens (even if only by all moving around in front of a laptop), and have conversations without getting in each others way.  I’d also like to be able to move among those groups without worrying about pulling a muscle.
    For Matt to make his points about the interaction between physical space and technology.

The Differences between Digital History and Digital Humanities | Dr Stephen Robertson - 0 views

    A useful article that challenges the "big tent" model of digital humanities and has important implications for digital scholarship more generally.
Jennifer Parrott

A Liberal Arts Foundation for Any Career - Room for Debate - - 0 views

    Short article on the value of a liberal arts education and the role of digital humanities in liberal arts. 
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