This group has created a cluster of courses that examine the history, culture, and politics of Francophone Africa from an interdisciplinary and cross-divisional perspective that will enhance knowledge of and interest in Francophone Africa.
Judith DeGroat. Associate Professor of History history is teaching a Sophomore Seminar titled, "Local Histories in the Digital Age." In this seminar, students learn about the local community and explore its history using digital tools.
Nature Up North is a community-based organization whose mission is to foster a deeper sense of appreciation for, and connection to, the North Country environment. The goal is to use technology to encourage outdoor experiential learning.
This group has worked together since Fall 2013 to create a cluster of new, interrelated courses under the theme “Paths to the Buddha.” The result is a Scalar-based digitalized overview of the Chichibu pilgrimage.
A multi-year project to develop a dynamic digital history of Canton, New York using both historical and contemporary documents, images, videos, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and other technologies.