The Lewis & Clark Introducing Digital Pedagogy into the Humanities workshop is looming on the horizon, so this is a good opportunity to welcome you all, share a sense of expectations and methodology, and help you prepare for the workshop. To give you a brief idea of who I am and how I approach digital […]

I wanted to follow up on our conversation today about evaluating digital scholarship and to share a few resources I found. If you found something else that looks good, please press edit and post others (or put them in a comment)!  I would be particularly interested in seeing section three “places to get reviewed” get […]

At the end of the workshop today, Joel Martinez (Philosophy, L&C) raised the possible pedagogical benefit of blogs that can support multiple posting formats. Different genres of posts include Aside, Audio, Chat, Gallery, Image, Link, Quote, Status, and Video. One of my favorite themes with multiple posting formats within the WordPress themes is vertigo, but […]

All sessions will be in Smith Hall on the undergraduate campus at Lewis & Clark.  See Visiting Lewis & Clark for detailed directions for getting to L&C by car, bike or public transportation.  Use this campus map for directions to Smith Hall and nearby parking. Parking is free and unrestricted on the undergraduate campus during […]

Here is a list of participants for the Introducing Digital Pedagogy into the Humanities workshop: