Day 2 – Proceedings

Plenary: Stepping Away From the Podium: Lessons to be Learned in Teaching and Doing Digital Humanities – Diane Jakacki

Online and Blended Courses: The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly – Robert Jay Glickman, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto

Effectively Managing Undergraduate Student Projects – David Hutchison, Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities in the Faculty of Humanities, Brock University

Chaucer in Italy, Boccaccio in Bedrooms: A Case Study in Digital Pedagogy – Alexandra Bolintineanu and Andrea Loren Giamou, University of Toronto

A Practical Method to Create Engaging Online Courses – Maria Glass and Liz Romero, George Brown College

An Introduction to Web Mapping Tools – Kim Pham, UTSC Library

Productive Failure” for Undergraduates – Emily Murphy, Queen’s University

There and Back Again: Negotiating Pedagogy for Students and Professors – Chelsea A.M. Gardner, Emma Hilliard, Katie Hurworth, Lisa Tweten, UBC

Building Purpose-Built Evidence-Based Educational Technologies: The Ever-Expanding Toolbox of the Advanced Learning Technologies Lab -Steve Joordens, Dwayne Pare, Tim Cheng, Rob Walker, Ainsley Lawson, Aakriti Kapoor, University of Toronto Scarborough

Aiding Pedagogy: an Examination (and call for feedback), of a Digital Project from a Digital Collections Librarian – Lauren Work, Virginia Commonwealth University – (Skype)

Plenary: Coding, Humanism, Pedagogy – Sam Popowich, Digital Initiatives Librarian, University of Alberta

 

August 20th, 2015

Plenary: Stepping Away From the Podium: Lessons to be Learned in Teaching and Doing Digital Humanities – Diane Jakacki

Abstract – Jakacki, D.

Presentation Session Recording – Jakacki, D. 

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Online and Blended Courses: The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly – Robert Jay Glickman, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto

Abstract – Glickman, R.

Presentation Session Recording – Glickman, R.J.

Presentation Materials – Glickman, R. – Conference outline

Handouts – Glickman, R. Example of blended program

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Effectively Managing Undergraduate Student Projects – David Hutchison, Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities in the Faculty of Humanities, Brock University

Abstract – Hutchison, D.

Presentation Session Recording – Hutchison, D. 

Presentation Materials – Hutchison, D.

Handout – Hutchison, D.

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Chaucer in Italy, Boccaccio in Bedrooms: A Case Study in Digital Pedagogy – Alexandra Bolintineanu and Andrea Loren Giamou, University of Toronto

Abstract – Bolintineanu, A., and Giamou, A.

Presentation Session Recording – Bolintineanu, A., and Giamou, A.

Presentation Materials – Boliteanu, A.

Presentation Materials – Part 2 – Boliteanu, A.

Presentation Materials – Giamou, A.

Presentation Materials – Part 2 – Giamou, A.

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A Practical Method to Create Engaging Online Courses – Maria Glass and Liz Romero, George Brown College

Abstract – Romero, E., and Glass, M.

Presentation Session Recording – Romero, E., and Glass, M

Presentation Materials – Romero, E., and Glass, M.

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An Introduction to Web Mapping Tools – Kim Pham, UTSC Library

Abstract – Pham, K.

Full Tutorial – Pham, K. 

Presentation Materials – Pham, K. 

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Productive Failure” for Undergraduates – Emily Murphy, Queen’s University

Abstract – Murphy, E.

Recorded Session – Murphy, E.

Presentation Materials – Murphy, E.

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There and Back Again: Negotiating Pedagogy for Students and Professors – Chelsea A.M. Gardner, Emma Hilliard, Katie Hurworth, Lisa Tweten, UBC

Abstracts – Gardener, C.

Presentation Session Recording – Gardener, C. 

Handout – Gardener, C.

Presentation Material – Teaching Module – Gardener, C.

Presentation Material – Gardener, C.

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Building Purpose-Built Evidence-Based Educational Technologies: The Ever-Expanding Toolbox of the Advanced Learning Technologies Lab – Steve Joordens, Dwayne Pare, Tim Cheng, Rob Walker, Ainsley Lawson, Aakriti Kapoor, University of Toronto Scarborough

Abstract – Joordens, S., Lawson, A., and Kapoor, A.

Presentation Session – Joordens, S., Lawson, A., Kapoor, A.

Presentation Materials – Kapoor, A.

Presentation Materials – Lawson, A.

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Aiding Pedagogy: an Examination (and call for feedback), of a Digital Project from a Digital Collections Librarian – Lauren Work, Virginia Commonwealth University – (Skype)

Abstract – Work, L.

Presentation Materials – Work, L.

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Plenary: Coding, Humanism, Pedagogy – Sam Popowich, Digital Initiatives Librarian, University of Alberta

Presentation Session – Popowich, S

Presentation Materials – Popowich, S.

Presentation Slides – Popowich, S.

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