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The Thinking Digitally Summer Institute (May 26-28th) was attended by 11 faculty members from six humanities departments. Over the course of three days, faculty examined and discussed digital pedagogy methods and completed online training modules, for digital humanities platforms, designed by Elana Altman, Rachel James, Marko Krkeljas, Vani Natarajan, Sondra Phifer, Taylor Faires, Miranda Jones-Davidis, Miriam Neptune, and Alicia Peaker.

A comment from one of the participants: "I thought the Institute was really interesting and I enjoyed seeing how faculty members learned from each other. I learned a lot about pedagogy and am looking forward to applying what I learned when helping students and faculty in the Digital Humanities Center in the future." - Miranda Jones-Davidis

Zoom meeting