Events

Debating Transformative Teaching in the Humanities

Published: June 18, 2018
Epic Conference

The EPIC Program at UCLA recognizes the possibilities of transformative teaching in the classroom when effort is put forth to embrace diversity: both the diversity of the students and the diversity of pedagogical approaches and technologies available to receptive educators. This philosophy was at the forefront of the Inaugural EPIC (Excellence in Pedagogy and Innovative…

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Teaching Integrity in Empirical Research

Published: April 23, 2018
binary planet

Faculty across the disciplines persistently express concerns about their students’ skills in research collection, data management, and analysis of materials–particularly in fields where transparency of method and reproducibility of results are paramount. On March 12, 2018, the UCLA Data Archive offered a full-day workshop in conjunction with Project TIER on “Teaching Methods of Empirical Research.”…

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Reflections on Spatial Humanities

Published: April 3, 2017
Lancaster University

Digital mapping makes it possible to create layers upon layers of culturally, socially, and historically relevant materials to the recuperation of historical memory in Spain. As part of my dissertation (Mass Graves and Remembering through Ritual: Historical Memory in Contemporary Spanish Literature, Documentary Film, and Digital Media) I have constructed a digital map called Virtual…

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Digital Humanities Infrastructure Symposium 2017

Published: March 28, 2017
photo of DHIS 2017 keynote from audience

This February, UCLA hosted yet another successful Digital Humanities Infrastructure Symposium (DHIS) at the UCLA Library. Thank you to everyone who presented and attended in person and remotely, and to our generous sponsors, the UCLA Center for Digital Humanities (HumTech), the UCLA Library,  the Loyola Marymount University Library, and MR2 Solutions, who made this possible….

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