April 12, 2017 -
2:00pm to 4:00pm

Open to: Public

Description:

The Digital Humanities Faire is an annual meeting of faculty, students, and staff who are interested in Digital Humanities. For the full listing of events, visit the Digital Humanities website.

For this faculty panel, Marti Hearst (School of Information), Elizabeth Honig (History of Art), and Scott Saul (English) will present on lessons learned in teaching DH courses at the undergraduate and graduate level. Joining as discussant will be Adam Anderson (DH Fellow, Near Eastern Studies).

Registration

Registration is not required.

Host

Digital Humanities