Sadly, these events conflict, but there are two great DH events this week. I very much encourage Honors 391a students to attend the first one.
5CollDH Speaker Series:
Wednesday, October 29th
4:30-5:30pm @ Frost Library, Amherst College
Professor of Africana Studies and co-director of the Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) at Hamilton College,Angel Nieves, will explore cultural practices of remembrance, reconciliation and empowerment with a view towards an integrative approach to social justice and the practice of digital humanities scholarship in his talk “Digital Humanities as Restorative Social Justice: Virtual Heritage, 3D Reconstructions, and South Africa’s Township Histories.”
The Five College Blended Learning Program invites you to the first-ever Multicampus Blended Workshop
Multimedia Tools in the Traditional Classroom
Wednesday October 29th, 4:30-6pm
Participate in a hands-on showcase at any of the following locations:
Engineering 2, Lab 152
with Eric Poehler (Archaeology, UMass)
Kendade, Room 107
with Morena Svaldi, Maria Succi-Hempstead, and Bruno Grazioli (Italian, MHC and Smith)
Seelye Hall, Room B4
Videoconferencing room for online participation and hands-on demonstration
Whether or not you can attend, chime-in live through twitter # 5CollBL.
Save-the-Date Flyer, Directions and Instructions for the hands-on demonstration attached.
Register Online to secure your spot at one of the 3 locations for hands-on demonstrations of GoogleApps, Jing, and ShowMe:
Our next BL workshops will take place on December 9th (on assessment) and in late March (on student engagement) and will feature pronunciation software, logic computer games, and photojournalism.