[Humanist] 29.784 digital pedagogy (Guelph); editing Renaissance letters (Liege)
Humanist Discussion Group
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Wed Mar 16 07:12:40 CET 2016
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 784.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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 From: Elena Spadini <spadinielena at gmail.com> (28)
Subject: Summer Seminar "Editing Renaissance Letters on Digital
 From: Susan Brown <sbrown at uoguelph.ca> (44)
Subject: Digital Pedagogy Institute, Guelph, May 13 - CFP
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2016 10:31:14 +0100
From: Elena Spadini <spadinielena at gmail.com>
Subject: Summer Seminar "Editing Renaissance Letters on Digital Support"
From Gianluca Valenti, a colleague at Liège University.
the research group EpistolART (Université de Liège) organizes a Summer
Seminar in "Editing Renaissance Letters on Digital Support".
The seminar is devoted to the editing and the analysis of letters from
Italian Renaissance artists. It aims to develop philological, linguistic
and historical research skills in the field of the digital editing of
epistolary material from the *Quattrocento *and the *Cinquecento*.
Seminar: Liège, 4-8 July
Application deadline: 3rd of April
Grants for covering the registration fees are also available.
Contact: epistolart at ulg.ac.be
on behalf of EpistolART
I am writing on behalf of the research group EpistolART (Université de
Liège). Can I ask you the kindness to publish on your site the attached
call, about a Summer Seminar in epistolary ecdotics that they are currently
organising here in Liège? Here is the link:
Thank you very much for your attention.
Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2016 00:50:55 +0000
From: Susan Brown <sbrown at uoguelph.ca>
Subject: Digital Pedagogy Institute, Guelph, May 13 - CFP
Digital Pedagogy Institute 2016
May 13, 2016, University of Guelph
The University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Brock University, Ryerson University, and the University of Guelph are pleased to announce the third iteration of the Digital Pedagogy Institute: May 13th, 2016. This year’s one-day symposium will immediately follow the DH at Guelph Summer Workshops at the University of Guelph campus.
Community-Facing Learning and Digital Pedagogy
Designing the Digital University:
Materiality, Embodiment, and Mess
Dr. Liz Losh
Director of the Culture, Art & Technology program, Director of Academic Programs, Sixth College, University of California, San Diego. Author of The War on Learning: Gaining Ground in the Digital University (MIT Press)
Christine Berkowitz, Connie Guberman, Aimée Morrison, and Brian Sutherland
The theme of Community-Facing Learning explores how faculty and students promote and sustain strong teaching, learning, and/or research partnerships with the wider community beyond the university, including local and global communities and especially digital communities. It involves such diverse topics as connecting academic scholarship to the public commons; experiential and service learning; recontextualizing the university experience for the next generation of post-secondary students; cross-generational projects with young people and elders; interdisciplinary projects with academic units beyond the Humanities; projects partnering undergraduate and graduate students or universities and schools (K-20 education); and social justice pedagogy.
The overall goal of the one-day symposium is to circulate, discuss, and promote best practices related to the teaching of digital literacies and new research methodologies to undergraduate and graduate students. The symposium will open with the keynote by Dr. Losh, and comprise a blend of one-hour workshops/talks with lightning presentations and associated demonstrations of pedagogical experiments, interfaces, tools, projects, and research results. See the call for papers below.
About the Institute
The development of Digital literacy is increasingly a priority for undergraduate and graduate students and thus for the faculty who teach them. Emerging technologies are having an impact on the ways in which university research is currently conducted by scholars across all disciplines. There is an increasing reliance on digital tools and methods leading to innovative approaches to research and teaching. In part due to these developments, scholarship has taken on a much more collaborative nature, and there has been an increase in experimentation with new forms of research exploration and dissemination. New digital research methods require faculty and students to develop new skill sets.
The Digital Pedagogy Institute, hosted by UTSC Library, Brock, Ryerson, and Guelph Universities, will explore themes and issues related to Digital Pedagogy. In its third iteration, the symposium will continue to build on themes and issues discussed at the 2015 institute, including the intersection of Digital Pedagogy and the student experience, with a specific focus on the undergraduate level.
Call for papers
Long papers or workshops (1-hour sessions)
The Digital Pedagogy Institute Program Committee invites proposals from all disciplines (e.g., Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences) for individual long papers or workshops to be presented at the Institute. Student proposals are welcome. Please submit an abstract of 250-300 words (exclusive of bibliography) with a title, a brief biographical statement, and your contact information. If you are proposing a workshop provide some sense of the extent to which it will be hands-on, whether participants will need to be bring a computer or other device, and whether it will need to be held in a lab and require any software installation in advance (we have one computer lab available). Papers that cannot be accommodated in the program may be invited to present in the lightning presentation session.
Lightning Presentation + Posters/Demonstrations
The Institute will close with a lively session devoted to lightning presentations and posters or digital demonstrations. Presenters will start by using 2 minutes and no more than 2 slides to whet participants’ appetites for visiting their poster or digital demonstration of a tool, course, prototype, website, research outcome, or other projects related to digital pedagogy. Abstracts will also be distributed in advance. Following the presentations there will be alloted time for visiting the demonstrations or posters and for general social mingling.
Please submit an abstract of 250-300 words with a title, a brief biographical statement, and your contact information. Proposals should be sent to prousseau at utsc.utoronto.ca by April 8th, 2016. The Program Committee members who will review the submissions are Jason Boyd, Susan Brown, David Hutchison, Kim Martin, Pauline Rousseau (chair).
Digital Pedagogy Institute 2016 details at a glance:
DPI 2016: Community-Facing Learning and Digital Pedagogy
CFP Due Date: April 8th, 2016
Event Date: All day, May 13th, 2016.
Location: University of Guelph Library, in conjunction with DH at Guelph Summer Workshops <https://www.uoguelph.ca/arts/digi/dh2016>
Accommodation: Options include on-campus residence at the University of Guelph Summer Hostel <http://www.housing.uoguelph.ca/page.cfm?id=3de4decb-cea3-48d3-8644-d7d36cd316fa>
and the off-campus Delta Hotel
next to campus (ask for U of Guelph preferred rate).
Cost: $50, $20 for students, postdocs, and contingent faculty.
Registration: coming soon.
Sponsors: University of Toronto Scarborough Library, Brock University, Ryerson University, and the University of Guelph Library and College of Arts.
Questions? Please email Paulina Rousseau at prousseau at utsc.utoronto.ca <mailto:prousseau at utsc.utoronto.ca>
Paulina Rousseau (chair; University of Toronto, Scarborough)
Jason Boyd (Ryerson University)
Susan Brown (University of Guelph)
David Hutchinson (Brock University)
Kim Martin (University of Guelph)
sbrown at uoguelph.ca
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