Event Title

Digital Humanities Collaboration: Perspectives from a Librarian, a Faculty Member, and an Institutional Research Director

Location

Chateau Sugarloaf Hill, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia PA

Start Date

27-4-2018 2:00 PM

Description

The researchers who work in three disparate departments (the library, institutional research, and a faculty member) will share their experiences collaborating with each other to redesign, implement, and deploy a digital humanities project using a library-licensed database. The survey which utilized a complex survey system designed by the institutional research department utilized heat maps to gauge first-year composition students' bias toward digital primary sources. In this presentation, the researchers will share experiences building the Digital Archival Advertisements Survey Process (DAASP) model. DAASP, which utilizes a series of interconnected surveys with Qualtrics, which is a collaborative active learning exercise designed to aid students in evaluating primary source documents of print-based advertisements.

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Apr 27th, 2:00 PM

Digital Humanities Collaboration: Perspectives from a Librarian, a Faculty Member, and an Institutional Research Director

Chateau Sugarloaf Hill, Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia PA

The researchers who work in three disparate departments (the library, institutional research, and a faculty member) will share their experiences collaborating with each other to redesign, implement, and deploy a digital humanities project using a library-licensed database. The survey which utilized a complex survey system designed by the institutional research department utilized heat maps to gauge first-year composition students' bias toward digital primary sources. In this presentation, the researchers will share experiences building the Digital Archival Advertisements Survey Process (DAASP) model. DAASP, which utilizes a series of interconnected surveys with Qualtrics, which is a collaborative active learning exercise designed to aid students in evaluating primary source documents of print-based advertisements.