This report is a good start at a national conversation on the importance of non-STEM fields. Check it out here. Leave your thoughts below.
Interested in MOOCs? I’m not. Check out the new article in the New Yorker.
Over five years ago, Professor Paul Gregory from the Philosophy Department came to the Computer Science Department with a problem. He needed a computer application that not only would help students practice symbolic logic for his Philosophy 170: Introduction toLogic course, but could also assist him in his grading by…
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Here’s another point of view regarding the Pannapacker article in the Chronicle advocating DIgital Liberal Arts. Worth a read.
Take part in this annual event that documents the lives of scholars who consider themselves digital humanists. Check it out here – Day of DH 2013.
Excellent for thought from the Chronicle. Check it out here: The Dissertation Can No Longer Be Defended
Professor Paul Youngman from the Department of German and Russian will represent W&L at the Austin College DH symposium in February. This is a Mellon sponsored gathering with focus on DH in small liberal arts colleges.