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What is Digital Field Scholarship?

The Domain of Digital Field Scholarship

On August 29 at 4 pm EDT Prof. Jim Proctor of Lewis and Clark College will lead a NITLE Seminar on digital field scholarship and offer the opportunity for faculty and staff in the NITLE network to join a sandbox and experiment with this approach over the next academic year.  Some of you may be [...]

Mapping Digital Humanities in Claremont

This post continues NITLE’s series on Building Capacity in Digital Humanities within the NITLE Network by describing ongoing efforts to find digital humanists within the Claremont University Consortium who had previously slipped below the radar. Guest bloggers include Allegra Swift Gonzalez, Digital Initiatives Librarian, and Char Booth, Instruction Services Manager and E-Learning Librarian, both of [...]

Posted on July 26, 2012 at 8:15 am by guest-blogger · Permalink · One Comment
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New Learning Resources at the NITLE Symposium, April 16-17

What impact are tablet computers having on teaching and learning at liberal arts colleges? How are faculty and students using or producing media such as games, blogs, podcasts and digital stories?  Such questions will be considered at the 2012 NITLE Symposium: Inventing the Future, which includes papers, posters and panel sessions on the pedagogical significance [...]

Posted on March 30, 2012 at 3:55 pm by Lisa Spiro · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Collaboration at the NITLE Symposium, April 16-17

Collaboration has emerged as a key strategy for small liberal arts colleges as they build the future of liberal education.  Just as technology empowers students to break down barriers as they pursue answers and solutions via highly collaborative processes, it also enables institutions to advance innovation through inter-institutional collaboration.  The 2012 NITLE Symposium: Inventing the [...]

Posted on March 29, 2012 at 2:58 pm by Rebecca Davis · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Mapping Stories for Student Learning

How might projects combining digital storytelling and mapping help students learn?  Digital storytelling has become a prevalent pedagogy at small liberal arts colleges, as we explored in a previous impromptu videoconference discussion.  Aggregating and visualizing stories spatially, offers a layer of analysis and synthesis to the student learning experience.  Since residential liberal arts colleges often [...]