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Humanist Archives: Nov. 20, 2019, 8:02 a.m. Humanist 33.421 - events: pedagogy & training cfp

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 421.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: 2019-11-19 20:50:45+00:00
        From: Ray Siemens 
        Subject: Call for Papers: Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Training (5-6 June 2020, @DHSI in Victoria, Canada)

   Call for Papers: Digital Humanities Pedagogy and Training

A Conference of the ADHO Special Interest Group for Digital Humanities
Pedagogy and Training
Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2020
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
5-6 June 2020
Proposals, due 14 February 2020, via [https://bit.ly/37fiCnB

Please join us for the second conference of the Alliance for Digital
Humanities Organizations (ADHO) Special Interest Group for Digital
Humanities Pedagogy and Training, to take place at the Digital
Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI, https://dhsi.org)
in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on 5-6 June 2020.__


Proposals are welcome on any topic informing or treating Digital
Humanities Pedagogy and Training, including but not limited to:
individual experiences with DH pedagogy, teaching and training; the
student experience in DH courses and programs; ways in which
universities, colleges, and other educational institutions are extending
DH in the classroom; implementing DH pedagogical frameworks locally and
working across institutions and training institutes to develop and
collaborate on materials that can inform ways in which DH offerings and
programs are formalized; how 'traditional' subjects in(con)form DH and
are in(re/trans)formed by DH; inter- and trans-disciplinarity in DH
curriculum; D or H cross(multi)disciplinarity by means of DH; assessment
techniques in DH curriculum (what types of assessment should occur in
digital humanities courses? and how might these assessment practices
challenge existing university or community-based outcomes?); the
multiple roles graduate student instructors inhabit in DH curricula
(student, instructor, teaching assistant); DH training in an
international context, how we articulate/coordinate/collaborate across
international boundaries, and what we can learn from our differences;
developing a multilingual lexicon for teaching DH; and discussion of
pedagogical materials (syllabi, tutorials, exercises, learning outcomes,
assessment and rubrics).

The event will open with a plenary talk and shared DHSI Institute
Lecture by Elisabeth Burr (U Leipzig), director of the European Summer
University in Digital Humanities. The event is open to all, and free to
those registered for DHSI 2020.

Paper, panel, and session proposals may be submitted via
before 14 February 2020; proposals should include the name, affiliation,
and email address of the proposed presenter(s), as well as title and
abstract of one to two paragraphs (250 words maximum).

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