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Digital Scholarship, Digital Media, Digital Humanities: Teaching

This guide provides an overview of resources related to digital scholarship and the digital humanities for research and teaching.

Ideas for teaching

The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

The mission of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy is to promote open scholarly discourse around critical and creative uses of digital technology in teaching, learning, and research.

Hybrid Pedagogy

An open access journal of learning, teaching, and technology. 

HASTAC Pedagogy Project

This guide more than 80 digital or collaborative student projects submitted by instructors. 


Kairos is a refereed open-access online journal exploring the intersections of rhetoric, technology, and pedagogy. 

Free tools for class projects

KNIT is UC San Diego's digital commons. It can be used by insturctors and students to set up private or public Wordpress blogs for courses or individual research projects.  See the Race and Oral History project as an example. 

Voyant Tools is a browser based tool that allows individuals to easily apply text mining and visualization techniques to uploaded text files. The companion text, available online, guides humanities scholars in computer-assisted interpretation. 

Build student-driven digital exhibits and archives with Omeka

Develop student-driven, media-rich digital texts with Scalar, a platform for publishing scholarly work. See Anne Cong Hyuen's write up about how to use it for teaching. 

Use Historypin to create online exhibts that use photos and stories to tell the history of local communities.  

telling the histories of their local communities." 

Explore more digital scholarship tools through the DiRT Directory