What’s Going Into Your Course(s)?

There’s maybe some overlap to other suggested sessions in my idea here, but…

My Digital Storytelling course, in particular, has been great to put together, but it feels like such a creature of my own brain that I would like to talk about it with others who are trying similar things; I’d like to know what’s working for others.  Are you developing one-stop digital humanities courses, or sequences of courses?  What are the constraints on you and your courses given the resources (or lack thereof) at your institutions?  What are you calling these courses?

(BTW, for what it’s worth, I’m defining “digital stoytelling” in something like the way it’s defined by Ball State’s Masters in Digital Storytelling program.  I don’t know if that’s the best or only way to name what I’m doing…)

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About Fred Johnson

I teach recent/contemporary American lit, writing, film, and new media courses at Whitworth University in Spokane, Washington.

2 Responses to What’s Going Into Your Course(s)?

  1. Barbara Fister says:

    I totally want to take your class. I know that’s not what you asked, but … I totally want to take your class.

  2. Fred Johnson says:

    Ha! Thanks, Barbara.

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