Monday, November 27, 2017
The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable Faculty Development and Best Practices Committee is pleased to announce the Digital Humanities Faculty Fellows Projects Showcase. The event will take place on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, from 9 - 10:30a.m. in the Beck Rooms of Walsh Library, and will consist of presentations from seven faculty fellows who will discuss their particular area of interest and how it applies to digital humanities. Breakfast will be served.
The Faculty Fellows presenting are as follows:
- Dongdong Chen Ph.D., Department of Languages Literatures and Cultures, College of Arts and Sciences
Topic: Upgrading the Web-based Chinese-Learning Program Project
- William Connell, Ph.D., Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences, and La Motta Chair
Topic: Measuring the population of Foreign Workers in Renaissance Florence
- Kelly Goedert, Ph.D., Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences and Viswa Viswanathan, Ph.D., Department of Computing and Decision Sciences, Stillman School of Business
Topic: Use of Concept Maps to Enhance Meaningful Learning
- Penina Orenstein Ph.D., Computing and Decision Sciences, Stillman School of Business
Topic: Exploring the Structural Topology of a Representative Sample of Retail Supply Chain and Their Evolution using a Data Visualization Approach
- Elizabeth A. Pallitto, M.F.A., Ph.D., University Core Curriculum, College of Arts and Sciences
Topic: Transformational Journey through Art: Utilizing Digital Media to Explore Dante's Cosmos
- Courtney Starrett M.F.A., Art and Design, College of Communication and the Arts
Topic: Layered Chiffon
Please visit the Technology Blog for a detailed description of each presentation and follow the Digital Humanities Blog for the latest information on all things Digital Humanities.
To register, view this event on the University's events calendar page.
This event is sponsored by the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR). The Digital Humanities initiative is made possible through funding by the Provost's Office.