Game-Based Learning Community of Practice: Make a Game for your Class @ Instructional Innovation at UMass Amherst
Oct 22 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
For UMass faculty and staff only. In this session, you will work alongside other instructors to start building low-tech games that your students can play in-class, aligned with your instructional goals (and based on already-successful designs). Co-hosted with Professor Krista Harper (Anthropology).
Oct 29 – Oct 30 all-day
Welcome to Denver, Colorado! For the first time ever, our major MoodleMoot US 2018 will be held in Denver, Colorado. Many of us from Moodle HQ will be there and we’re looking forward to seeing you soon! Let’s get together! As well as sharing new experiences and results through presentations to each other, Moodlemoots are about networking, connecting with other
Lectures in Criticism with Maurice Lee @ Boston University
Nov 1 @ 5:00 pm
“A History of Literature in the Information Age; or, How the 19th Century Invented the Digital Humanities, STEM Dominance, GRE Scores, and Memos from the Dean about Measurable Outcomes.” “What is the role of literature and the humanities in an information age? What kinds of claims can aesthetics maintain in a time of science and data? What is gained and lost—epistemologically and
Jul 9 – Jul 12 all-day
The Digital Humanities (DH) Conference is the annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. In 2019, the DH Conference (DH2019) will take place in Utrecht, the Netherlands. During two days of pre-conference workshops and the three-day conference, participants will present their newest research and the applications of their work. The theme of the conference for 2019 is “Complexities”.