Category Archives: Introductions

Still Working It All Out

I’m Mills and I’m the professor leading our course this summer. A little background on me — I grew up here in Northern Virginia (I even attended George Mason High School — the only other educational institution named for George … Continue reading

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Introduction for Teaching and Learning History in the Digital Age

By Michael Roth Hello, I am currently enrolled in the MA in History program alongside the DH Certificate at George Mason University, and just completed my first year. I have also completed an advanced degree in Educational Multimedia, and one … Continue reading

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teaching and learning

By Tom H. About Me I am a government professional whose current position has exposed me to the development of digital educational and interpretive products – such as lesson plans, some interactive maps and videos. Specifically, I am on a … Continue reading

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Thinking About DH Pedagogy

By Tori Arthur Earlier this month, I reached a milestone. I successfully defended my dissertation. I have mentioned a few times on this blog that I first began my intellectual relationship with the digital humanities when I began Ph.D. studies … Continue reading

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Teaching & Learning History in the Digital Age: Introductory Post

By Maura It’s a little hard to believe that this is the last course in the digital public humanities certificate (it’s been a long, but good, academic year for me for various reasons). In addition to being a certificate student, … Continue reading

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Introductory Post: HIST 689

By Jennifer Coggins I’m an archivist in the University Archives at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In that role, I work with university offices to transfer permanent records of historical value to the Archives, provide reference assistance, and work … Continue reading

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