The main goal for DHBootcamp 2016 was to offer an overview of the Digital Humanities. For that reason, we covered a wide range of topics, such as digital and game pedagogies, text analysis and visualizations, or GIS. We also included talks about acknowledging project challenges and developing a professional career on Digital Humanities.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
|Intro to Digital Humanities||10:30am-12:00pm||Burnett 302|
|Digital Humanities in the Classroom, Part 1: Pedagogies/Assignments||11:30am-1:00pm||Burnett 301|
|GIS||12:30pm-2:00pm||Love Library South 224|
|Project Development||1:30pm-3:00pm||Burnett 301|
|DHSA Inaugural Meeting||4:00pm-5:00pm||Love Library South 221|
***Note: Each session on Wednesday will consist of a 60 minute formal presentation and a 30 minute lab, where participants will have a chance to experiment with some of the tools and methods discussed during the session. The course offerings have a 30 minute overlap so that participants can choose to attend the next session, rather than participate in the lab of the previous session.
Thursday, April 7, 2016
|Digitization Fundamentals||9:00am-10:30am||Love Library South 224|
|Gaming Pedagogy||9:00am-10:30am||Burnett 301|
|Visualization Basics||10:00am-11:30am||Love Library South 221|
|Tools and Services You Don’t Know You Have Access To||10:00am-11:30am||Burnett 302|
|Text Analysis||11:00am-12:30pm||Love Library South 224|
|Digital Humanities in the Classroom, Part 2: Tools||11:00am-12:30pm||Burnett 301|
|Professional Development||12:30pm-2:00pm||Love Library South 221|
***Note: In a desire to conclude the Bootcamp by 2:00pm, Thursday will have concurrent sessions. This will allow Bootcamp participants to attend the Nebraska Forum on Digital Humanities, which begins at 3:00pm. Sessions on Thursday will still consist of a 60 minute formal presentation and a 30 minute lab.