POST: HILT2015, iSchools+DH, and deconstructive/critical digital pedagogy.

Micah Vandegrift (Florida State University) shared a post in which he considers how to build on the iSchools+DH project that cross-pollinated iSchool students with digital humanities centers. Vandegrift has set his focus on compiling syllabuses from DH courses taught in library schools, asking:

How are DH courses being taught in LIS programs and iSchools? Is there any continuity or curricular similarities across programs? Are DH courses at different programs teaching on similar topics? Are we all reading the same things, learning the same tools, gaining the same skills?

Vandegrift ends with a call for collaborators interested in reviving a program of hands-on training for iSchool students studying digital humanities.

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