Assessing Student Work in Omeka/Neatline

Reading text and reading hypertext are two very different activities. This has implications for teachers and pedagogues who are faced with evaluating students’ digital projects. As one would expect, digital projects generate nonlinear products and present new challenges to those faced with evaluating them. Think about grading student term papers for a moment. The piece Read more about Assessing Student Work in Omeka/Neatline[…]

Still buzzing after Alex Gil’s DSS visit!

Last week we had the great honor of hosting Alex Gil. He taught us to use (and hack) Omeka, he provoked us to rethink the scholarly contract, and he inspired us to build playgrounds for the digital humanities. We began our #DHplay day with a #dhSandbox Chat from Mary Caton Lingold, Darren Mueller, Will Shaw, Read more about Still buzzing after Alex Gil’s DSS visit![…]