Digital Skills and Thinking for the Humanities mini-symposium
- Friday 29 January 2021
- Kaltura Live Rooms
Digital Skills and Thinking for the Humanities mini-symposium (ONLINE!)
Friday 29 January is open to all those interested in teaching digital thinking and tools to students.
(NB Those already confirmed registered for the full Teach-the-Teacher workshop need not re-register.)
How to teach digital thinking and tools to students and what is on the digital horizon for the Humanities?
This morning will have presentations and panels on:
- Didactics for teaching digital tools and thinking
- Cutting edge digital approaches in the Humanities
Speakers will include:
- Felienne Hermans (LIACS) on "How cognitive science informs teaching programming"
- Suzan Verberne (LIACS) on "An introduction to neural language models"
- Alex Brandsen (Fac. of Archaeology) on "Letting ALICE do the heavy lifting – How High Performance Computing facilities can help the Humanities"
- Liselore Tissen (LUCAS) on "The ability to physically (re)create anything imaginable – Reshaping research and education through 3D printing"
- Jelger Kroese (Leiden University Centre for Innovation) on "Bridging the physical and digital: Extended Reality for education and research in Humanities"
If you would like to register for this online mini-symposium please register for Kaltura Live Room login and password by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.