Category Archives: Workshops

Posts describing skills training workshops to be offered.

Session proposal: Tumblr as Introductory Platform for Digital Scholarship

Scheduled for 3:30-4:20 in Room 601, 66 W 12th Street In this session, I’m interested in exploring Tumblr as an introductory platform for digital scholarship. This session will provide an overview of the platform, strong examples of use rooted in scholarship and access, and finally select and post sample content to our own test blog using […]

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Workshop | Beyond Networking: How to Use Twitter as a Medium for History

THATCamp AHA 2015 will feature many unconference-style sessions, which we’ll schedule on the day of the event. (If you’re registered, we encourage you to propose a session soon.) We’ve also pre-scheduled two hands-on workshop sessions. One, imagining a collaborative history of mass incarceration, is described in a previous post and will be led by the Humanities Action Lab […]

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Workshops | A Collaborative Digital History of Mass Incarceration

The following workshop (in 2 parts) is proposed for THATCamp AHA by Liz Sevcenko of The New School. Join a national collaboration to develop a digital history of incarceration. The Humanities Action Lab Global Dialogues on Incarceration at The New School is a consortium of 12 universities across the country (and counting) working together to develop a digital and […]

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