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Fall 2017 Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center

In Fall 2017, 21 courses focusing on computational practices and digital cultures are open for cross-registration across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. Topics covered in these courses range from theorizing digital humanities to computer programming to statistical analysis, and provide hands-on opportunities for GC students to develop their digital research skills. Check […]

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Visualizing NEH Open Data | GC Digital Fellows

Visualizing NEH Open Data | GC Digital Fellows

NEH Open Data Shortly after the Trump administration announced its budget, the GC Digital Fellows dove into the Open Data from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to see what we could learn about what has been funded and what sort of projects would no longer receive funding. With a hope to share the rapid forays […]

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Spring 2017 Courses in Computation and Digital Cultures Across the Curriculum at The Graduate Center

In Spring 2017, 19 courses focusing on computational practices and digital cultures are open for cross-registration across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. Topics covered in these courses range from theorizing digital humanities to computer programming to statistical analysis, and provide hands-on opportunities for GC students to develop their digital research skills. Check […]

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Provost’s Digital Innovation Grants: Urban Sociology Digital Mapping and Presentation Tool

Urban Sociology Digital Mapping and Presentation Tool Jacob Lederman, Sociology Pedagogical best practices routinely cite the primacy of student collaboration in enhancing the learning environment. Yet collaboration in the form of group presentations often results in atomization of a different sort. Groups are assigned and students work on their selected topics prior to delivering a static presentation to […]

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ASHP Project Wins Funding for “Who Built America? Badges for Teaching Disciplinary Literacy in History”

ASHP recently won a teacher mastery award and funding for Who Built America? Badges for Teaching Disciplinary Literacy in History, from the Digital Media and Learning Competition. The competition is designed “to find and inspire the most innovative uses of new media in support of connected learning … Projects supported by the Competition explore how digital […]

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Michael Mandiberg – The Social Media Reader

“With the rise of web 2.0 and social media platforms taking over vast tracts of territory on the internet, the media landscape has shifted drastically in the past 20 years, transforming previously stable relationships between media creators and consumers.  The Social Media Reader is the first collection to address the collective transformation with pieces on […]

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Collaborative Seeing Studio

Professor of Urban Education and Social-Personality Psychology Wendy Luttrell and Environmental Psychology Professor David Chapin are working together on a project called “Collaborative Seeing Studio.”  More information and a link to the website are forthcoming.

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