Title of Work
Recovery Hub for American Women Writers: Digital Tools for Teaching Workshop
City of Publication or Presentation
Society for the Study of American Women Writer's Conference
This workshop invites all attendees to participate in a hands-on session that introduces instructors to a variety of digital tools they can use in the classroom or for their own research. Digital tools can help faculty promote connectivity across disciplines and respond to the increase in virtual and online learning experiences. We envision this workshop as an opportunity for faculty who are new to the digital humanities and those with robust experience using tools in the classroom as a way to connect and share their experiences. As more of us ask our students to create digital texts, study texts that were “born” digital, and use digital tools to analyze texts, we might consider how these student projects extend to different units throughout the university. Facilitators will showcase how to use specific digital tools and demo digital tools that take student projects beyond the classroom.
Lillvis, Kristen; Lingle-Martin, Melissa; and Von Cannon, Jordan, "Recovery Hub for American Women Writers: Digital Tools for Teaching Workshop" (2021). English Faculty Scholarship. 90.