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Robert Nelson, Director, Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond, and Christine Berkowitz, Lecturer, University of Toronto Scarborough
The History Engine is a pedagogically oriented project that collects “episodes”—concise vignettes about local historical events—written by undergraduate students. This presentation will highlight how this project uses digital technologies to foster collaboration among students within and between different universities, fosters inter-institutional collaboration among the many colleges that have participated in the project, and publishes student scholarship that is of interest and value to a broad public.
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