Things I’d Like To Learn About

Is there anyone out there using DH in a K-12 classroom?

Is there anyone doing oral history work with Internet tools?

Is there anyone exploring snapchat and DH?

Is anyone building mobile apps with cultural or critical goals in mind?

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5 Responses to Things I’d Like To Learn About

  1. Laurie says:

    Definitely want to hear more about k-12 collaborators and potential collaborators!

    To this list, I’d also like to learn more about how folks use Pinterest for research, teaching, and service. I just learned that people use it for a bookmarking tool, and I’m so new to Pinterest that I didn’t know this or other uses, so I’d love to learn more!

  2. I second your last question!! Interested in hearing about mobile apps with cultural or critical goals in mind.

  3. Helene Huet says:

    I’d like to add this question: How do folks working on DH projects deal with roadblocks/failures? Do they document them? Do they simply work around them and don’t mention them?

  4. I like Helene’s idea. What fails in DH? What do we learn from failure?

  5. I’d love to connect with K-12 teachers who would be interesting in using DH sources in their classrooms/teaching them to students.

    Also, learning Pinterest in the way Laurie mentioned has been on my to-do for quite some time, so if there’s a play session dealing with that I am certainly interested.

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