There are still places available for the Hestia2 conference Digital Pedagogy: Transforming the interface between research and learning?, which will take place on Friday 6 June from 10am to 4pm in Room 246, Senate House, London.
Funded by the AHRC, Hestia2 has been exploring some of the consequences of applying digital technologies to humanities text-based research, including investigating the use of network theory (Southampton), complex data visualisations (Stanford), and Literary GIS (Birmingham). In this final seminar, we consider the extent to which digital technologies are transforming knowledge of research beyond academia, what the particular challenges and opportunities are for digital-based teaching, and what consequences there may be for research practice.
The seminar is FREE to all, lunch and refreshments will be provided, but places are limited. If you would like to participate, please sign up here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/digital-pedagogy-transforming-the-interface-between-research-and-learning-tickets-11758940307
10.00-10.20 – Arrival and registration
10.20-10.30 – Welcome and introduction
10.30 – 12.45 – Session 1: Community Building and Public Engagement
10.30-10.50 – Graeme Earl (University of Southampton): First thoughts from the Portus MOOC
10.50-11.10 – Ylva Berglund Prytz (University of Oxford): The benefit of the crowd. Community collections for engagement
11.10-11.30 – Jim O’Donnell (Zooniverse): Ancient Lives, Old Weather and Operation War Diary: citizen science and text archives
11.30-11.45 – Discussion
< coffee / tea break >
11.50-12.10 – Leon Wainwright (The Open University): The Open Arts Journal: a digital, open access publication
12.10-12-30 – Andy Ellis (Public Catalogue Foundation): Your Paintings: Public engagement in the UK’s online gallery of the nation’s oil painting collection.
12.30-12.45 – Discussion
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13.30 – 16.00 – Session 2: Technologies and Methods
13.30-13.50 – Gabriel Bodard (KCL) and Simon Mahony (UCL): Open Educational Resources and the Digital Classicist community
13.50-14.10 – Anne Adams (The Open University): Muddling cultures
14.10-14.30 – Rebecca Ferguson (The Open University): Augmented learning
14.30-14.45 – Discussion
< coffee / tea break >
15.00-15.20 – Tony Hirst (The Open University): From storymaps to notebooks: do your computing a bit at a time
15.20-15.40 – Mair Lloyd and James Robson (The Open University): eLearning and ancient languages: pedagogy, challenges and app-ortunities
15.40-16.00 – Discussion, Wrap up