Over the past few semesters, AUP professors have been engaged in a wide range of interactive mapping projects with their students. This session, building on the seminars given by Digital Humanities expert David Wrisley at AUP in March this year, seeks to showcase such projects, discuss best practice and consider practical hints and tips for launching, engaging and rewarding mapping projects in and around the classroom. The aim is to move towards articulating some key principles for AUP mapping projects as the Digital Humanities plays an increasingly noteworthy role in research and pedagogy.

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Academics

TLC Mellon Pedagogical Seminar: Creating digital mapping projects with your students

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 - 17:00 to 19:00

Over the past few semesters, AUP professors have been engaged in a wide range of interactive mapping projects with their students. This session, building on the seminars given by Digital Humanities expert David Wrisley at AUP in March this year, seeks to showcase such projects, discuss best practice and consider practical hints and tips for launching, engaging and rewarding mapping projects in and around the classroom. The aim is to move towards articulating some key principles for AUP mapping projects as the Digital Humanities plays an increasingly noteworthy role in research and pedagogy.