DH Seminar – The Art Assignment

Hi Everyone,

Tomorrow in LIS9372 I will be leading a Seminar on the Art Assignment! I am so excited to share this fantastic Youtube channel with you all and to actually attempt an Art Assignment. My seminar won’t require you to do any extra readings (I know you’re all super busy this late in the semester), however, there are a few links that I would like you to check out if you get a chance.

The Art Assignment Website (click the image):

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The Art Assignment – Make a Thing (click the image):

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My PowerPoint:

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It would be great if you could all glance over these resources before Thursday’s class so you know what to expect for the seminar. I have also included all of the references used in my presentation below.

I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow!

References:
Coble, Z. (2012, December 19). Evaluating Digital Humanities Work: Guidelines for Librarians.
     Retrieved July 25, 2015, from http://journalofdigitalhumanities.org/1-4/evaluating-digital-
     humanities-work-guidelines-for-librarians-by-zach-coble/
Hensler, C. (2014). The Maker Movement and the Humanities: Giving Students A Larger Toolbox.
     Retrieved July 2015, from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/christine-henseler/the-maker-
     movement-and-th_b_6349514.html
John Green Gives TED Talk on Internet Educational Resources. (n.d.). Retrieved July 25, 2015,
     from http://adweek.it/1OyihML
John Green’s Biography. (2015). Retrieved from http://johngreenbooks.com/bio-contact/
PBS Digital. (2015). ABOUT. Retrieved July 25, 2015, from http://theartassignment.com/about
PBS Digital Studios. (2015). PBS Digital Studios. Retrieved from
     http://pbsdigitalstudios.tumblr.com/what-is-pbs-digital-studios
Robertson, L. (n.d.). Interview: Sarah and John Green Talk About Their New Web Series “The Art
     Assignment.” Retrieved July 24, 2015, from https://tribecafilm.com/stories/interview-sarah-
     john-green-art-assigment
Scanlon, E. (2011). Digital Future: Changes in Scholarship, Open Educaitonal Resources and the
     Inevitability of Interdisciplinarity. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 2(1-2), 177–184.
     (n.d.).
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