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A: Sure. Compose a manifesto declaring your position on the digital humanities at the turn towards the 2020s, but Use Google Forms to create an interactive survey that readers take and are then allowed to review the results. Or, Create a Library of Congress, Dewey Decimal or another system for cataloging YouTube videos. Or, Create a concept map of a cluster of our readings. Or, Use PPT to argue that the use of PPT is inadequate for argument. Or, Collect tweets over 24 hours that use an emotional term (love, hate, bored…), print them, then array them (on a board, a wall, the floor) to illustrate something you consider vital about the term as used in tweeting. Or let others array them in categories, using a card sorting method, and labeling the categories. Or, Invent a new writing technology and use it to compose an appropriate message in an appropriate genre. …
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A: Sure. Compose a manifesto declaring your position on the digital humanities at the turn towards the 2020s, but Use Google Forms to create an interactive survey that readers take and are then allowed to review the results. Or, Create a Dewey Decimal system for cataloging YouTube videos. Or, Create a concept map of a cluster of our readings. Or, Use PPT to argue that the use of PPT is inadequate for argument. Or, Collect tweets over 24 hours that use an emotional term (love, hate, bored…), print them, then array them (on a board, a wall, the floor) to illustrate something you consider vital about the term as used in tweeting. Or let others array them in categories, using a card sorting method, and labeling the categories.


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=== Online Accounts and Resources ===
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=== Online Accounts and Resources ====
- Your own weblog or wiki. Surely you have one. No? Get one.
- Twitter account.
- Image account: Flickr, Picasa, Instagram ...
- SlideShare account. To make them valuable to others, you need to store those PPT decks online.
- Prezi account.
- Facebook account. If you haven't set up a blog or wiki, FB will do to post and share.
- Google account. Mail is good, but you might want to use Google Docs for sharing, and Hangouts for discussion. N-Gram might come in handy.
- others?


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[[http://thelodge.wordpress.com/intro-to-dh-statement/ ENGL 2XXX: Intro to DH]]


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- Fitzpatrick, K, and J Henning. Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. New York Univ Pr, 2011. ISBN-10: 0814727883. $23.00
- Hayles, N. K. Writing Machines. The MIT Press, 2002. ISBN-10: 0262582155 $15.00
- Ramsay, Stephen. Reading Machines: Toward an Algorithmic Criticism. University of Illinois Press, 2011.  ISBN-10: 0252078209 $23.00
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- Fitzpatrick, K, and J Henning. Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. New York Univ Pr, 2011. ISBN-10: 0814727883. $23.00
- Hayles, N K. Writing Machines. The MIT Press, 2002. ISBN-10: 0262582155 $15.00


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A: Consider it a survey course, a flyover of new territory, with a GPS, digital camera, and smart phone.
A: Some survey the field. Others enact digital humanities projects - they are examples of those convergent practices I've mentioned elsewhere. The books I selected focus on digital writing, academic work, and digital poetics rather than history, social science, library science, et al. Rhetoric and Literary Theory is my field. I'm not an expert in et al. But rhetoric includes visual argument and visual rhetoric, and lit theory includes narrative study. Disciplines are changing to incorporate new methods and new kinds of artifacts that need theorizing and explication: narrative includes games, poetics includes tablet apps. This is one of the changes that DH has already brought into the university.
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A: Consider it a survey course, a flyover of new territory, with a GIS, digital camera, and smart phone.
A: Some survey the field. Others enact digital humanities projects - they are examples of those convergent practices I keep banging on about. The books I selected focus on print - digital writing and poetics - rather than art, history, social science, philosophy, library science, et al. Print is my field. I'm not an expert in et al. But print includes visual argument and visual rhetoric - that's one of the changes that DH has already brought into the university. So many of the readings move into the visual.


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Fall 2014
=== Required Materials ===
- Fitzpatrick, K, and J Henning. Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. New York Univ Pr, 2011. ISBN-10: 0814727883. $23.00
- Hayles, N K. Writing Machines. The MIT Press, 2002. ISBN-10: 0262582155 $15.00
- O'Gorman, M. E-Crit: Digital Media, Critical Theory and the Humanities. Univ of Toronto Press, 2006. ISBN-10: 0802095445. $28.00
- Vandendorpe, C. From Papyrus to Hypertext: Toward the Universal Digital Library. U of Illinois Pr, 2009. ISBN-10: 0252076257 $26.00
- Game: The Path. Tale of Tales, 2009. <http://tale-of-tales.com/ThePath/> or Steam. $10.00 Windows or Mac
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Fall 2012


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