Posts Tagged: Teaching

Digital Humanities

Welcome to Intro to DH!

Hi! I’m Caro Pinto and I’m the Critical Social Inquiry Librarian at Hampshire College in Amherst Massachusetts. I think of myself as a five-tool librarian (a baseball metaphor there – go Red Sox!) who oversees collections, teaches research education classes, pushes the boundaries of technology in libraries, wrangles workflows, and meets with rad students. I’m… Read more »

Technology

Teaching with Teleconference Tips

This semester, I’ve worked with a number of faculty who are using teleconferencing technology in the classroom. So far, we’ve had faculty members simultaneously teaching sessions to their students and to students in China, interacting with experts in the field, partnering with classes from another institution for¬†interdisciplinary¬†sessions, coordinating discussions remotely from the DNC, and participating… Read more »