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The Franklin Humanities Institute - North Carolina Central University Digital Humanities Fellows Program supports digital pedagogy at NCCU
Fellows & Facilitators
The Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University is pleased to announce the 2018-19 cohort of FHI-North Carolina Central University Digital Humanities Fellows…
Drs. Wymer and Frazier spoke on the growing DH community at the Digital Humanities Nuts and Bolts conference (10/2/18)
The FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities Fellows program was featured in the NCCU alumni magazine, NCCU Now. Read it here (in PDF)!
On Saturday, May 5, 2018, the Franklin Humanities Institute – North Carolina Central Digital Humanities Initiative held its second annual symposium.
Reflections on Digital Humanities and Technical Communications, Part 3 — Developing a Case Study to Teach Digital Image Use
I’ve been working a long time on developing course materials that help writers understand their obligations and rights when borrowing images to use in their own work. Serendipity gave me a chance to expand my teaching repertoire on this recently.
Reflections on Digital Humanities and Technical Communications, Part 2 — Refocused: Digital Composing and Publishing
For spring 2018, I have refocused my pedagogical intentions on a class I have taught more than 20 times — intro to technical writing.
Reflections on Digital Humanities and Technical Communications, Part 1 — 8 Things I learned with My Professional Writing Class
I implemented more digital projects in my Professional Writing elective class than the previous time it was taught because the fellowship made me brave (reckless?). Here’s some of what I learned.
“From Boxes to Bytes: Creating the Digital Transgender Archive” by Prof. K. J. Rawson