Engaging students through digital pedagogy: A conversation with Whitney Sperrazza
Whitney Sperrazza, Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Humanities at the Hall Center for the Humanities, shares how her class on Digital Feminist Archives incorporated digital pedagogy. Students studied, transcribed, and developed digital projects around an early modern text. Learn more about this assignment on the Spencer Research Library blog. The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities can provide support for digital pedagogy, including consultations, course development grants, student showcases, and forums for sharing innovative assignments.
In the next few weeks, IDRH will be releasing short videos about digital humanities activities at the University of Kansas. This is the third video in the series.