Professor Jason Young worked with his GSIs to implement a series of projects that provided students with hands-on experience in several key digital scholarship tools.
Prof. Jason Young
Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA)
Prof. Jason Young was assigned to teach History 260 in his first semester as a new faculty member in LSA’s History Department. This course is a large lecture-based class with lecture and discussion components. With the help of a collaborative team of support partners, Professor Young worked with his GSIs to implement a series of projects that provided students with hands-on experience in several key digital scholarship tools. Explore the resources below to learn more about these activities and how students engaged with course content throughout the semester.
Course Learning Objectives (2 minutes)
Getting Started (3 minutes 30 sec)
First Assignment: Annotating American History (2 minutes)
Second Assignment: Exhibiting American History (4 minutes 30 sec)
Last Assignment: Mapping American History (2 minutes 30 sec)
Overview of Large Course Initiative (3 minutes)
Student Experience Highlights (2 minutes)
Role of GSIs (2 minutes 30 sec)
Future Plans (2 minutes)
Panelists (from left to right):
Whitney Peoples, Assistant Director, Focus on Race & Ethnicity Courses, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching (CRLT)
This course detail information summarizes the basic elements of Prof. Young’s course -- information about his teaching style and course learning activities as well as the Library and technology resources he incorporated.
History Lab 1: Eat, Love, Pray -- Annotating American History
History Lab 2: Exhibiting American History
History Lab 3: Mapping History