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The Franklin Humanities Institute - North Carolina Central University Digital Humanities Fellows Program supports digital pedagogy at NCCU
Images of faculty presentations from the November 2018 NCCU DH Lab opening…
Scenes from the grand opening of the DH Lab at NCCU…
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 by Julie D. Nelson on the Transforming NCCU Rhetorics course project, originally posted May 3, 2018. Prof Nelson was a fellow in the FHI-NCCU DH program in 2017-18.
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.