IUPUI Workshop

Workshop Three

Day 1: May 16, 2017

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

Indianapolis, Indiana

(updated March 29, 2017)

Location: Room 208 Hine Hall

850 W. Michigan St.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

[Parking: Hine Hall sits between W. Michigan Street (currently one way) and W. North Street. Parking is available in the Hine Hall Garage as well as the North Garage which is attached to Hine Hall via a walkway. You can enter via Blackford Street. Note: parking runs $17 per day. View a map of our location. You can also use the interactive campus map.]

Download available readings as an alphabetical PDF.

8:30-9 am: Registration and Continental Breakfast

9-10:00 am: Welcome and Introductions by All participants and instructors

10-Noon: NAIS in the Classroom
Facilitator: Jennifer Guiliano
Required Reading:
Wilson, Amy Cavender. American Indian History or Non-Indian Perceptions of American Indian History Natives and Academics: Researching and Writing about American Indians. Ed. Devon Mihesuah. University of Nebraska Press, 1998. View as PDF.

Champagne, Duane. American Indian Studies is for Everyone. Natives and Academics:
Researching and Writing about American Indians. Ed. Devon Mihesuah. University of Nebraska Press, 1998. View as PDF.

Champagne, Duane and Jay Stauss. Defining Indian studies through stories and nation
building. Native American Studies in Higher Education: Models for Collaboration between
Universities and Indigenous Nations. Eds. Duane Champagne and Joseph H. Stauss. Alta Mira Press, 2002. View as PDF.

Gaertner, David, Karyn Recollet,and Elizabeth LaPensée. Indigenous. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments. Eds. Matt Gold et al. https://digitalpedagogy.mla.hcommons.org/keywords/indigenous/

Noon- 12:45 pm: Lunch

12:45-3 pm: Case-studies of Digital NAIS syllabi
Rebecca Shrum
Chris Flook, http://www.lenapeonthewapahani.org/
David Gaertner, twine
Tassie Gnaidy
Ricky Punzalan
Caitlin Pollock
Timothy Petete
Leah Milne
Holly Cusack-McVeigh

Required Readings:
Stommel, Jesse. Critical Digital Pedagogy: a Definition. Hybrid Pedagogy. November 18, 2014. http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/journal/critical-digital-pedagogy-definition/

Koh, Adeline. Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates: An Overview. Hybrid Pedagogy. August 14, 2014. http://www.hybridpedagogy.com/journal/introducing-digitalhumanities- work-undergraduates-overview/. View as PDF.

3-3:15 pm: Break

3:15- 4:30 pm: Working group formation and development time

Day 2: May 17, 2017

8:30-9 am: Continental Breakfast

9-10:00 am: Exploring the Single Assignment
Facilitator: Siobhan Senier
Required Reading:
Senier, S. (2013, September 15). Indigenizing Wikipedia: Student Accountability to Native American Authors on the World’s Largest Encyclopedia. Retrieved August 29, 2014, from
http://webwriting.trincoll.edu/communities/senier-2013/. View as PDF.

Hassapopoulou, Marina. Authentic Hybridity: Remix and Appropriation as Multimodal
Composition. Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy. http://jitp.commons.gc.cuny.edu/authentic-hybridity-remix-and-appropriation-as-multimodalcomposition/. View as PDF.

Senier, S. Decolonizing the Archive: Digitizing Native Literature with Students and Tribal
Communities. Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Volume 1, Number
3, Fall 2014, pp. 69-85. Download as PDF: Decolonizing the Archive

11:40- 12:20 pm: Lunch

12:20-2: Identifying Digital Tools for use in the classroom
Facilitator: Carrie Heitman
Miriam Posner, How’d They Make That. August 29, 2013. http://miriamposner.com/blog/howdid-they-make-that/. View as PDF.

Demystifying Digital Humanities, What Digital Humanists Do. September 20, 2013.
http://www.dmdh.org/2013/09/what-digital-humanists-do/. View as PDF.

2-2:15 pm Break

2:15-3:15 pm: Peer assignment review
Facilitator: Larry Zimmerman
Required Reading:
Watson, Joseph A. and Loretta L. Pecchioni. Digital Natives and Digital Media in the College
Classroom: Assignment Design and Impacts on Student Learning. Educational Media
International, 2011. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09523987.2011.632278. download as PDF: Digital Natives and Digital Media in the College Classroom.

Mostern, Ruth and Elana Gainor. Traveling the Silk Road on a Virtual Globe: Pedagogy,
Technology and Evaluation for Spatial History. Digital Humanities Quarterly 7:2 2013.
http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/7/2/000116/000116.html. View as PDF.

3:15-3:30 pm: Break

3:30-4:30 pm: Revising Assignment & Assignment Thinking

Day 3: May 18, 2017

8:30-9 am: Continental Breakfast

9-10:00 am: Sequencing Assignments
Facilitator: Charli Champion-Shaw
Eberly, M. B., Newton, S. E., & Wiggins, R. (2001). The syllabus as a tool for student-centered
learning. Journal of General Education 50 (1), 56-74. View as PDF.

Parkes, J., & Harris, M. B. (2002). The purposes of a syllabus. College Teaching, 50 (2), 55-61. View as PDF.

10-Noon: Types of Digital Learning
Facilitator: Joshua Wells
Required Reading:
Donaldson, Jonan. The Maker Movement and the Rebirth of Constructionism. Hybrid Pedagogy. January 23, 2014. http://www.digitalpedagogylab.com/hybridped/constructionism-reborn/

Kuhn, Virginia, DJ Johnson, and Dave Lopez. “Speaking with Students: Profiles in Digital
Pedagogy.” Kairos 14:2 (Spring 2010). http://kairos.technorhetoric.net/14.2/interviews/kuhn/. 26 Feb 2012.

Noon- 12:45 pm: Lunch

12:45-2 pm: Adapting your assignment to different audiences
Facilitator: Holly Cusack-McVeigh

2-2:15 pm: Break

2:15-3 pm: Developing Projects for the Classroom

3- 4:30 pm: Syllabi presentations