Teaching Beyond Quarantine

DH@SDSU is here to support & enhance your (virtual) teaching.

The following is a curated list of resources that DH@SDSU provides to faculty for instruction, to support the virtual shift and build community around and through digital humanities.

Part I: Incorporate a Tool

Digital Humanities employs digital tools, methods, and practices into all stages of learning.
DH@SDSU can help you incorporate digital tools into your course without having to become an expert yourself. Here is a list of digital tools that DH faculty have taught and which DH@SDSU can assist in implementing into your class.

Part II: Teach Students to think critically about digital technology & culture

Digital Humanities is not just about using tools and making digital projects but also about thinking critically and ethically about the digital.
DH@SDSU can help you incorporate critical-thinking lessons, both by sharing resources (readings, videos, projects, etc.) and also offering to collaborate and share expertise.

Part III: Virtual Programming

DH@SDSU always offers tons of free programming throughout the year– from scholarly lectures to tools workshops, faculty reading groups to book talks– and this year is no different. What is different is that our DH programming remains online. That means it will be even easier to include these events in your syllabus!