Digital Humanities and Undergraduate Education – A view from the new Praxis Network Blog

A new DH blog recently launched – Praxis Network Blog.

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From the Praxi website:

Praxis Network programs are allied but differently-inflected humanities education initiatives, mainly focused on graduate training, and all engaged in rethinking pedagogy and campus partnerships in relation to the digital. Among other elements, the initiatives emphasize new models of methodological training and collaborative research. Each program exists within a particular ecosystem of disciplinary expectations, institutional needs, available resources, leadership styles, and specific challenges.

What particularly interested me was the connections Praxis makes between DH and teaching. After browsing thier site for a while I came across the Interactive Arts and Science (IASC) Program at Brock University. One theme here at USF as we’ve begun our discussions around DH has been the connection between undergraduate education and digital humanities. Its exciting to learn about the work happening at Brock and I hope to learn more as I spend more time on their website looking at examples of IASC programs.

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