|Slippery Rock University students selecting images for HistoryPin at the Lawrence County Historical Society. Photo credit: Aaron Cowan|
Digital history has transformed the way we study and record history and it has significantly shaped how we bring the past to the general public. Over at History@Work, Aaron Cowan discusses the challenges he has faced in integrating digital history into his public history course. Read his post here. A taste:
Thanks to Megan Piette for her contribution to this post.
Greg Jones says
When I taught our DH class, I used a WordPress platform so I could keep the focus on the CONTENT. It felt more like a group research paper at times… but we really got a chance to wrestle with the medium and think about the ramifications of having a long-standing intellectual product.