DSS partners with faculty on digital classroom projects and undergraduate research supervision.
We provide pedagogical consultation, workshops, and curriculum development services to incorporate digital humanities tools and methods in teaching. We work with instructors to scaffold digital project components in alignment with course learning objectives. See the the DSS Blog for more, and see below for sample student-faculty collaborative research projects supported by DSS.
During the 2016-17 academic year, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Scholarship Michaela Kelly created the Pacific War Karuta Collection curating holdings in the East Asia Image Collection. EXCEL student Rika Kamiyasu ’20 created an interpretive exhibit on the site comparing images of Japanese and Chinese military subjects in Pacific War era karuta cards.
Students in Andrew Uzendoski’s spring 2017 course “English 202: the Rhetoric of Human Rights” created an online exhibit in partnership with the non-profit Texas After Violence Project. The exhibit features primary sources such as letters and family photos donated by the family of Charlie Brooks, Jr., the first person executed in the U.S. by lethal injection. Explore the class project at the Texas After Violence Project Digital Archive.