Dartmouth’s Digital Seminar this month will feature Ivy Schweitzer, Professor of English, and Kirstyn Leuner, Neukom Postdoctoral Fellow, discussing Digital Humanities and experiential learning. The conversation will be moderated by Ashley Kehoe, Director of DCAL’s Experiential Learning Initiative, and will focus on strategies for using DH tools and methods to promote active learning in the classroom and working with student assistants on DH projects.
Kirstyn will be talking about her experience as the Director of the Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing DH project working with paid student assistants. She will also talk about her own experience as a graduate student RA on Laura Mandell’s Poetess Archive as well as The Letters of Robert Bloomfield.
This event will be held in the Arts and Humanities Resource Center (Bartlett Hall 201). A light dinner will be served at 5:00 pm and the seminar will begin at 5:30. Please register so we have an accurate headcount for catering. Any questions can be directed at firstname.lastname@example.org.