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Designing Course-Based, Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Projects Using Digital Tools

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Presentation for the 2014 St. Edward's University Teaching Symposium

Presentation for the 2014 St. Edward's University Teaching Symposium


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  • 1. Designing Course-Based, Student- Faculty Collaborative Research Projects Using Digital Tools!
  • 2. Slides, Resources, Contacts! •  http://sites.stedwards.edu/ instructionaltechnology/ " •  Rebecca Frost Davis, Director, Instructional and Emerging Technology, rebeccad@stedwards.edu " •  Pongracz Sennyey, Director, Munday Library, pongracz@stedwards.edu"
  • 3. Wheaton College Digital History Project! •  Kathryn Tomasek, Associate Professor of History" •  History methods course" •  Transcribing & encoding archives" •  Partners: archivist, technologist, librarian"
  • 4. Day Book" Daily accounting of transactions that reflect the many business activities of Laban Morey Wheaton between 1828 and 1859" " NEH DH Start-up grant: Encoding Financial Records for Historical Research "
  • 5. Collaborative Research Assignment! •  Stage 1: Background Reading in Secondary Sources" •  Stage 2: Transcription and Coding of Daybook Page Spreads" •  Stage 3: Writing and Editing Episodes for the History Engine" •  Stage 4: Writing a Paper Based on Primary Sources"
  • 6. Google Doc for Collecting Data!
  • 7. Publications! •  Tomasek, Kathryn, Scott Hamlin, Zephorene Stickney, and Kathleen Ebert-Sawasky. “Encoding Text, Revealing Meaning: Implications of the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) for Small Liberal Arts Colleges.” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society. 1, no. 3 (2006): 157–164." •  “Encoding Financial Records for Historical Research,” Level I Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant, NEH, $25,000" •  Tomasek, Kathryn. “Encoding Financial Records.” Journal of Digital Humanities 2 (Spring 2013). http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/2-2/encoding-financial-records- by-kathryn-tomasek/. " •  Tomasek, Kathryn, and Syd Bauman. “Encoding Financial Records for Historical Research.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative, no. Issue 6 (September 26, 2013). doi:10.4000/jtei.895. http://jtei.revues.org/895 "
  • 8. Enduring Women!
  • 9. Process Checklist for Integrating Digital Humanities Projects into Courses! 1.  Connecting Course and Project" 2.  Scaffolding and Chunking" 3.  Collaborative Teaching" 4.  Logistics" " http://rebeccafrostdavis.wordpress.com/ 2012/09/13/process-checklist-for-integrating- digital-humanities-projects-into-courses/ "
  • 10. Thank you! St. Edward’s University" Thank you.! St. Edward’s University" Thank you.! St. Edward’s University" Thank you.! St. Edward’s University" Thank you.! St. Edward’s University"

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