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Hacking the Field: Teaching Digital Humanities with Off-the-Shelf Tools

Title

Hacking the Field: Teaching Digital Humanities with Off-the-Shelf Tools

Subject

Pedagogy

Description

This article is concerned with how access to free and open-source software—as well as tools that can be purchased, downloaded, and/or accessed directly online—enable classroom engagement with digital humanities scholarship. Detailing the alternate approach to education implemented by the City University of New York, the author uses this as a case study to examine the importance of access, collaboration, and methodology to digital humanities research and scholarship.

Creator

Klein, Lauren

Publisher

Penn State University Press

Date

2011

Contributor

Wolf, Casey

Type

Journal Article

Bibliographic Citation

Klein, Lauren. "Hacking the Field: Teaching Digital Humanities with Off-the-Shelf Tools." Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy 22, no. 3 (Spring/Summer 2011): 37-52. Accessed April 22, 2016. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.5325/trajincschped.22.1.0037

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Citation

Klein, Lauren, “Hacking the Field: Teaching Digital Humanities with Off-the-Shelf Tools,” Digital Archiving Resources, accessed November 19, 2017, http://dar.cah.ucf.edu/items/show/299.