Six principles of #digitalhumanities for #teachDH | @berrydm on Twitter
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
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As stated in this article:
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