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#digped Storify: Making Collaboration Visible

 Published on July 25, 2012 /  Written by /  1
This past Friday, July 20th, the Hybrid Pedagogy #digped discussion on Twitter extended the conversation we began with our crowdsourced article Digital Humanities Made Me a Better Pedagogue. In that article, we explain why we’re organizing a THATCamp Hybrid Pedagogy in order to “tap the disruptive, deformed, insubordinate energy” we see infusing the collaborative praxis of digital pedagogy and the digital humanities. The #digped discussion “Collaborative Teaching, Shared Pedagogies” was motivated by our desire to include the wider Hybrid Pedagogy collective in a conversation about some of the scholarly work informing that piece.

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  1. […] HomeCollaborating for Digital Learning and Scholarship ltaub Opportunities and Events Digital scholarship is about collaboration.  Of course, all scholarship is to some extent collaborative, but in this session we are interested in the kinds of collaborations emerging in the work of digital scholarship.  As technologies and methods of digital humanities scholarship have become more specialized and as new tools emerge, we are seeing growing engagement and interest in collaborations with library and information technology specialists to help understand the affordances and applications of these tools and methods. This roundtable session aims to make such collaborations in our academic community visible, by listening to the experiences of three pairs of librarian and faculty collaborators.  Through their examples, we explore the possibilities for engaging students in collaborative digital scholarship, considering a variety of digital scholarship projects developed in courses in the humanities and humanistic social sciences.  Collaborators include: Ben Carter and Tim Clarke (digital mapping in archaelogy), Jen Jarson and Lora Taub (digital literacies and student research), Kate Ranieri and Susan Falciani (digital archives and documentary). Selected readings related to collaboration and digital scholarship Case Studies on Digital Collaboration and Blended/Hybrid Learning (Amanda Hagood and Grace Pang, The Academic Commons for the Liberal Education Community) http://www.academiccommons.org/collaboration-and-blended-learning/case-studies-on-digital-collaboration-and-blendedhybrid-learning/   The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the Information Universe (Edited by Richard Raspa and Dane Ward, Association of College and Research Libraries).  Trexler Library, Main Collection 027.70973 R226c Exploring Faculty-Librarian Collaboration: An Inventory of Examples and Materials Helping to Explore Faculty-Librarian Collaborations (University of Toronto)http://guides.library.utoronto.ca/fac-lib-collab  Teaching Librarians & Project Management: New Expectations for the Digital Age (Caro Pinto, Archive Journal)http://www.archivejournal.net/issue/3/notes-queries/teaching-librarians-project-management-new-expectations-for-the-digital-age/ The University Library as Incubator for Digital Scholarship (Bryan Sinclair, EDUCAUSE)http://er.educause.edu/articles/2014/6/the-university-library-as-incubator-for-digital-scholarship Making Collaboration Visible: A #digped Storify (Hybrid Pedagogy)http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/announcements/digped-storify-making-collaboration-visible/ […]

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