Friday, June 19, 2015

Thinking & Teaching with Technology at Tougaloo College

On Friday, June 19, my younger brother, Kenton, and I will be talking about thinking and teaching with technology at Tougaloo College. Last year this time, Kenton and I led a technology workshop at his alma mater, Morehouse College. So, it's fitting now that we visit my undergraduate institution.

Among other topics, we'll focus on data collection, text-mining, activities with audio devices, blogging, online reading groups, and online preservation.

A few related links:
A photographic catalog of volumes of poetry
Reading Groups
A photo-review of arts & humanities programming (Spring 2015)
A Glance at Mixed Media Exhibits
The Mis-Education of the Negro [Book Covers]
Richard Wright Autobiography covers
Poetry List
Description of upcoming Spring 2015 courses

DH entries
by Kenton Rambsy

Pinpointing recurring themes in coverage of Amiri Baraka's passing 
African American Literature and Digital Humanities
Edward P. Jones and Literary Geo-Tagging   
Text-Mining, Geography, and Canonical African American Short Stories

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