This session will introduce faculty and graduate students to key concepts of digital literacy in the humanities. Johnathan Pettinato will discuss digital literacy and its relation to a range of literacies, as well as to new information and communication technologies. Alisa Beer will present on the state of digital literacy in library instruction for the humanities. Both presenters will discuss the ways in which developments in the field of digital literacy can be adapted to fit the needs of the History classroom, and participants are strongly encouraged to share their ideas and concerns in this interactive session.
Light refreshments will be provided, and attendees are welcome to bring food of their own.
Thursday February 27, 1:00pm, Dealy 102.