Six principles of #digitalhumanities for #teachDH | @berrydm on Twitter
By Chelcie Rowell On May 9, 2014 · Leave a Comment · In Articles
I believe #teachDH is the hashtag for the Higher Education Academy’s Digital Humanities Summit, May 7–8, 2014 in the UK. An interesting statement of principles for digital humanities pedagogy.
Our working group’s six principles of #digitalhumanities for #teachDH pic.twitter.com/wJ5f5fTX6h
— David M. Berry (@berrydm) May 8, 2014
Six Principles of Digital Humanities
- Engaging and sharing with the academic community, students, public and institutions.
- Building and making new things, new methods and meanings.
- Committing to a critical reflexive process in individuals and collectives.
- Being and becoming interdisciplinary, inclusive and connective.
- Fostering encounters with new and old objects, texts, humans and non-humans.
- Confronting matter and the materiality of things.
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