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Teaching History in the Digital Age - International Perspectives

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Programme of the conference "Teaching History in the Digital Age", June 17-18, 2019 at the German Historical Institute Paris

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Teaching History in the Digital Age - International Perspectives

  1. 1. Enseigner le numérique aux historien·ne·s - perspectives internationales #dhiha8 Teaching History in the Digital Age - International Perspectives #dhiha8 Date : 17 et 18 juin 2019 Lieu : Institut historique allemand (IHA), Paris Hashtag : #dhiha8 Blog : https://dhiha.hypotheses.org et https://dhdhi.hypotheses.org Atelier de l’IHA en coopération avec le Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C2 DH) Organisé par : Frédéric Clavert (C2 DH), Franziska Heimburger (Sorbonne Université), Mareike König (IHA)
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  3. 3. 17 juin 2019 13h30-14h00 Accueil des participant·e·s 14h00-14h15 Mots de bienvenue 14h15-17h45 Pim van Bree, Geert Kessels (LAB1100, La Haye) Teaching Database Skills for Historical Research with Nodegoat (atelier) 14h15-17h45 Ulrike Wuttke (Fachhochschule Potsdam/RDMO) Is Your Research Future Proof ? Data Management Techniques & Tools for Digital Historians (atelier) 18h00-20h00 Conférence publique de Dan Todman (Queen Mary University of London) « The closest we’ve all felt to being a historian » : Student Researchers, Digital History and the Wartime City Réception à l’IHA en parallèle
  4. 4. 18 juin 2019 9h00-11h00 Frédéric Clavert, Franziska Heimburger, Mareike König Introduction et résultats du blog carnaval Charlotte Lydia Riley (University of Southampton) Beyond Ctrl. C, Ctrl. V : Teaching History with the « Digital Generation » Caroline Muller (université Rennes 2) Introducing Undergraduate Students to Research in the Digital Age Stefania Scagliola (C2 DH) Experiences on How to Connect to the Regular History Curriculum with Ranke.2 : A Teaching Platform on Digital Source Criticism 11h00-11h30 Pause-café 11h30-13h00 Christiane Sibille (Universität Basel) Teaching Digital History. A Three-Step Approach
  5. 5. Sébastien Poublanc (université Toulouse Jean Jaurès) Introducing Graduate Students to Research in the Digital Age Levke Harders (Universität Bielefeld) Social Media, Public History, and Higher Education : An Instruction Manual for a #twitterseminar 13h00-14h00 Déjeuner sur place 14h00-17h15 BarCamp : Programme établi par les participant·e·s 14h00-14h30 Présentation en 3 mots et planning 14h30-15h15 Ateliers I 15h15-15h45 Pause-café 15h45-16h30 Ateliers II 16h30-17h15 Ateliers III 17h15-18h00 Retours du BarCamp et suite : comment établir un dialogue continu ?
  6. 6. C2 DH Institut historique allemand 8, rue du Parc-Royal 75003 Paris http://www.dhi-paris.fr Information et réservation : event@dhi-paris.fr

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