In honor of Global Diversity Awareness Month, we’ve collected some unique and thought-provoking articles from our digital humanities resources centered around notable digital projects, conversations about digital histories, and valuable efforts in academia and digital scholarship.
Have you ever wanted to design a game but struggled to code? Maybe you wanted to create interactive fiction but couldn’t figure out where to start, or perhaps you loved those Choose Your Own Adventure books back in the day. Twine is the tool to help you with any of the above. In this DSC… Read more »
This week in Digital Humanities, we’re sharing the Digital Museum of Japanese History in New York! Established May 18, 2021, this digital humanities project, also referred to as the Digital Museum of the History of Japanese in NY, is a valuable new resource for AAPI Heritage Month and beyond.Curated by the Japan History Council of… Read more »
Active reading via annotation is a valuable tool for any scholar. Hypothesis, stylized as Hypothes.is, applies this notetaking skill to online readings by giving users the ability to digitally annotate across the web for free. In this DSC Guide Deep Dive, find out how Hypothesis supports digital learning while promoting active notetaking and collaborative digital… Read more »
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s comic book resources! Tomorrow is a big day for comic fans and comic scholars. In honor of Free Comic Book Day on May 1st, here are two comic book resources within UNT Libraries perfect for research or celebrating comics every day. Government documents are more than just historical… Read more »
With the recent surge in remote teaching and learning, today’s In the Know on the Go explores Hybrid Pedagogy, a viable open-access resource for academics navigating the realm of digital pedagogy. Hybrid Pedagogy: the Journal of Critical Digital Pedagogy is a cross-disciplinary scholarly journal focused on praxis. This collaborative community and journal approaches teaching and… Read more »