Category Archives: Session Proposals
Alex Juhasz has offered to host a session on FemTechNet and the feminist Distributed Online Collaborative Course. You can read more about the effort here as well.
I work with high school and early college students at an after-school non-profit, and one of the interesting aspects of my job is watching as students construct ad deconstruct themselves, particularly in terms of gender identity, online through sites like … Continue reading
From a recent comment by Anne Harley: “Is gameification a dirty word in DH? Is the narrowing of experience and choice in games inherently a bad fit for the humanities? How have others (if they exist) implemented gameification in DH? … Continue reading
From Amanda’s recent registration: “My particular specialties are in video game studies and the digital humanities, and would be happy to host sessions on either of those topics.”
This is my first THATCamp and I would definitely be interested in a workshop that serves as an introduction to DH. Thanks! -Genevieve Carpio (originally via comment).
Borrowing the idea from the many “community cycling centers” around the U.S., I’d like to develop a plan to establish either a virtual, traveling, or brick and mortar center that would offer free/low cost help with programming, database management, web … Continue reading
For those who are new to the THATCamp genre, it’s important to distinguish between ‘workshops’ and ‘sessions.’ The former are lead on a specific topic or skill and generally have a single facilitator/educator. The latter are the sets of meetings … Continue reading