Instructors: Brian Flota & Steven Holloway
Part of The Digital Scholarship Series
"Comic Books, Analysis, and Digital Scholarship" was a non-coding-requirement JMU Honors course designed to introduce students to the critical study of comic books using open source digital humanities and commercial online tools like IBM Watson. In this session, we will discuss the kinds of assignments, activities, digital tools and literacies the students in our class used to produce their fresh scholarly work about comics. Participants will try their hands at online text mining tools, enterprise artificial intelligence, and using comic book creation software.
- Discover new tools for implementing digital projects in the classroom.
- Explore the role these tools play in reaching pedagogical goals.
- Recognize the role of digital literacy for faculty and students.
The Digital Scholarship Series
This is an introductory series that will introduce faculty and graduate students to the theories and practices of digital scholarship, promote a community of digital scholars and explore the relationship between digital scholarship, digital pedagogy, and scholarly communication.
Other workshops in the series: (Each workshop is a stand-alone session. Choose sessions that suit your interest and needs.)
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