Project: Digital Scholarly Editing in the Undergraduate Classroom

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Digital Scholarly Editing in the Undergraduate Classroom
This Project is OPEN, but the corresponding Site is PRIVATE.
School
Arts and Sciences
Department
English
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Faculty
Description

In this series of three online meetings in October, 2020 sponsored jointly by the SUNY Geneseo Center for Digital Learning and the New York Digital Humanities community, we’ll explore the joys and challenges of digital editing and encoding in the undergraduate classroom. The first meeting will provide a theoretical framework for thinking about encoded scholarly editions. The second will showcase a pedagogy-focused open educational resource on digital scholarly editing based on the recently digitized manuscript of Henry David Thoreau’s Walden. The third will invite participants to engage in community discussion of their experience with editing and encoding in the undergraduate classroom.

The series is for anyone who’s incorporated editing or encoding work in their teaching — or wondered if they should and could. It’s an opportunity for teaching faculty, librarians, technologists and others to learn, discuss, and share.

Everyone’s welcome, at every level from novice to expert.

Recent Discussions

Structuring Session 2

The overview of Session #2's schedule can be found in the Docs section. Does anyone have any feedback about this plan?See MoreStructuring Session 2

Recent Docs

Overview of Session #2

Introductions (15 min) to us as a group to IITG open-access module project to Walden itself, including Huntington images “Sand Foliage”: how to construct a revision narrative (30 min) introduction to “final” version of “Sand FSee MoreOverview of Session #2

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