EnseƱando al maestro: como preparar tu primer taller en historia digital

Learn how you can use Programming Historian to teach digital humanities skills to your students.

Join Dr. Adam Crymble (UCL) and Anisa Hawes (Programming Historian) for a free Programming Historian Teaching Workshop aimed at history and humanities educators at university level.

This 90-minute online workshop will introduce you to the unique tutorials of the Programming Historian, which publishes novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate research and teaching. It is now publishing in 4 languages (English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese), and reaching an audience of 2-million readers per year.

Participants will:

  • Learn three different ways to bring practical digital tutorials into your history classroom or university workshop, based on approaches developed at UCLDH, University of Edinburgh, and Universidad de los Andes (Colombia), including remote and in-person delivery options.
  • Learn what to do if someone asks you a technical question or encounters a problem that you cannot resolve (or anything else that rattles your confidence).
  • Make connections with other scholars looking to bring digital skills into their curriculum for the first time.

Language of Instruction: English

Link to Resource: https://programminghistorian.org/en/

Accessibility Statement: We always try to be mindful of accessibility needs. But if you know you need an adjustment we'd be very happy to hear from you so we can make this session accessible for everyone. Including you. Email Adam at a.crymble@ucl.ac.uk.

The programme has also benefited from the intellectual contributions of colleagues at UCLDH, the Centre for Data, Culture, & Society (University of Edinburgh), and members of the digital humanities programme at Universidad de los Andes, Bogota, Colombia.

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