Pegatinas Políticas

Pegatinas Políticas

Street art stickers have become an ever-present global trend, taking over city sidewalks, building walls, traffic signs and just about any other accessible surface of the built environment. Stickers have validated themselves in today’s ever-changing modern society not by their impressive size or their technological advancement. Rather, they have influenced society due to their cultural…

People’s History Archive

People’s History Archive

John Collins, professor of Global Studies, and Cathy Tedford, Director of the Richard F. Brush Art Gallery, proposed a multi-faceted, interdisciplinary collaborative project that offers students, faculty, alumni, and others the opportunity to be part of a dynamic, global, investigative blog, Weave, and a digital archive, Street Art Graphics, to document the creative ways in which ordinary people make…

Music Video International

Music Video International

While there are tons of music videos from all over the world, most scholarship, not surprisingly, focuses on U.S. music videos. It’s easy to find solid lists of exceptional music videos from the U.S., the U.K., and a few other places, but really hard to even start exploring music videos from elsewhere around the world….

Digital Austen

Digital Austen

Digital Austen is an expanding project that uses new technology to bring Jane Austen and her writings to a modern audience. An online timeline situates Jane Austen within the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, while an online map situates her geographically within England. Future additions will expand on Austen’s historical contexts and show how…

Critical Media Literacy

Critical Media Literacy

Jessica Sierk partnered with the Digital Scholarship Group to include a series of digital scholarship workshops as part of her Critical Media Literacy Seminar. Sierk was a faculty fellow as the Mellon Digital Initiatives Faculty Fellowship Program. An excerpt from the syllabus: “Critical Media Literacy (CML) is an especially important skill for educators to develop, as they…

Digital Pedagogy

Digital Pedagogy

Digital Scholarship Resources Digital Pedagogy Resources for instructors interested in incorporating digital projects in their classrooms. Related Projects

Academic Images

Academic Images

Academic Images provides an exploration of approaches instructors can take when teaching with images in an academic setting. The project’s primary focus is on meshing technical opportunities with a reference to the theories informing visual learning. “Visual literacy encourages careful observation, awareness of aesthetics and their effect on meaning, visualization of concepts and data, contextualized…

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