Seminar on digital methods for BA students by Digital Arts Initiative and CUDiM, Aarhus

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/08/2019
9:15 am - 3:30 pm

Location
Nobelparken, building 1483, room 444

CategoriesSeminar


Digital Arts Initiative and CUDiM invites to a seminar about digital methods for BA-students

This is a one-day seminar open for all teachers organised by Digital Arts Initiative and CUDiM. Registrations are made by sending an email to emi@cc.au.dk.

New ways of accessing and analysing data are making their mark in the arts and humanities. Digitised material can be studied differently, born digital data provides new challenges, and in some disciplines data is being collected with new instruments. This also begs the question of which methods and tools BA students should be introduced to? What ought they learn? How can this be integrated in teaching? And could it provide competencies that would be valuable in the long run? Not least in relations to secondary school teaching where digital methodology is a part of every subject.

The seminar is about answering these questions and is divided into two parts. The morning is primarily devoted to case presentations from four fields on how they have developed a digital curriculum. In the afternoon, we will work in groups on creating a draft digital curriculum for your field.

Programme

  • 9.15 Introduction by Mads Rosendahl Thomsen and Christian Dalsgaard
  • 9.40 Curriculum cases:
    • Rainer Atzbach, Archeology
    • Pablo Velasco, Information science
    • Helle Strandgaard & Adéla Sobotkova, History
  • 11.00 Coffee
  • 11.15 Experiences from Danish high schools
  • 11.45 Resources and goals
  • 12.15 Lunch
  • 13.00 Workshop
    • Individual reflection and sketching
    • Discussion in groups of four + moderator
    • Redrawing the drafts
  • 14.45 Coffee
  • 15.00 2 minutes presentations of draft curricula
  • 16.00 End of seminar

 

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