Using Digital Humanities in the Classroom: A Practical Introduction for Teachers, Lecturers, and StudentsMain MenuAboutIntroductionChapter 1: Overcoming ResistanceChapter 2: Finding, Evaluating, and Using Digital ResourcesChapter 3: Ensuring AccessibilityChapter 4: Designing SyllabiChapter 5: Planning Classroom ActivitiesChapter 6: Managing Classroom ActivitiesChapter 7: Creating Digital AssignmentsChapter 8: Evaluating Student WorkChapter 9: Teaching Graduate StudentsChapter 10: Finding Internal Support CommunitiesChapter 11: Finding External Support CommunitiesChapter 12: Connecting to Your ResearchSample Student WorkA set of sample DH student assignmentsAssignment SetsSix sample assignment sheets with matching rubrics for evaluationClassroom Activity SetsView and download instructions and tutorials for classroom activities.Claire Battershill219d300ac2e16b0bbebf18166766c3a7a7c6040dShawna Ross41a2c3c15846ab4f08f63845489efa7b361c9c41
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