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The History Engine

“Digital Innovations for Interactive Teaching and Research Across the Disciplines: The History Engine 2.0”, was been selected for a Provost’s ITIF grant, total of grant and matching $32,168.22, over 2 years from 2011-2013.

Partnering directly with the History Engine’s original designers at the Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond, the goal was to transform the current History Engine from a US-based project into a truly international collaboration that supports interdisciplinary teaching and research.

The outcome was a web-based interactive tool that significantly enhances undergraduate experiential education by providing a suite of digital resources that fosters applied research and writing skills and exposes students to the methods and practice of digital scholarship.

For more information contact Dr. Christine Berkowitz