A panel featuring Karen Remmler (MHC), Jon Olson, (UM) & Caro Pinto (HC) kicked off the afternoon.
Olson described how his humanities classes incorporated technology & the delicate balance between humanities & technology. Of course, this is not a question limited to just the humanities.
It is clear faculty cannot tackle content & technology on their own. What are the best practices?
Olson aslo mused about how mold our students into makers. Jeffrey Schapp from Harvard talks about cultivating a hybrid producer/consumer model called prosumers.
Caro Pinto talked about translating the value of successful and unsuccessful DH projects; how to build effective teams, and how to balance hierarchy and collaboration.
Karen Remmler discussed feminism & DH.
Remmler's comments connect the the emergent movement led by & others.
Remmler also talked about upcoming events & projects that explore these issues.
The Q & A advanced a discussion of how to balance teaching content w/ teaching technology.
And what types of assumptions we make about why our students reject e-books.