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On Digital Humanities in the Undergraduate Classroom
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Readers who are digital humanities-curious–or who are just looking for a decently comprehensive overview of some approaches to digital pedagogy, especially but not necessarily exclusively, in the humanities classroom, might want to bookmark issue 11.3 (out in preview now) of Digital Humanities Quarterly, which is devoted to “Imagining the DH Undergraduate.” In their “Introduction,”, Emily Christina Murphy and Shannon R Smith note the three themes that connect the essays: student agency, (digital) literacies, and the question of scale, which registers differently with undergrad work: The boutique scale of student work in addition to programming context may evince a further impulse...