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Monday, October 10 • 2:15pm - 3:00pm
M10: Digital Scholarship Pedagogy and Assessment

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Presentation 1
Putting the 'Human' in Digital Arts & Humanities Professional Development: Assessment-driven Scaffolding for Digital Humanities Competencies
Michelle Dalmau, Kalani Craig, Sydney Stutsman
Indiana University Bloomington, United States of America
The Indiana University Bloomington Institute of Digital Arts & Humanities have built a pipeline of digital humanities programming for students and faculty. By harnessing data analysis approaches through design-thinking, this presentation will trace scholars’ paths towards digital humanities competencies and provide a template for assessment for others offering similar programs.
Presentation 2
Collaborating by Creating Nothing: Spaces for Learning and Reflecting on Digital Scholarship
Roberto Vargas(1), Alice McGrath(2)
1: Swarthmore College; 2: Bryn Mawr College
Professional communities are essential in a time of isolation. In this presentation, we'll discuss the work we've done collaborating as Tri-Co Digital Scholarship: gathering to learn, think, try, and experiment rather than achieving results or measurable progress. By working towards 'nothing', we've created deliberate space for community, reflection, and care
Presentation 3
Digital Scholarship Assignments - Lessons Learned over Time
Kristina Golubiewski-Davis, Daniel Story
University of California, Santa Cruz, United States of America
How do you scope a digital assignment for a new class? Which software is the right choice based on the learning outcomes? How do you set students up for success with technology and academics? Daniel and Kristy share their experiences using examples from UCSC Library’s Digital Instruction Project.

Monday October 10, 2022 2:15pm - 3:00pm EDT
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