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Visualizing Time: Timelines as Digital Storytelling

Tuesday, February 28 2017
@ 4:15 PM- 5:45 PM

In this workshop we will explore timeline programs that visualize changes over time and trace historical chronology. Intended for faculty and grad students interested in integrating digital timeline projects into their teaching, the workshop will discuss the features of different programs, offer a brief overview of how to use the tools, and provide examples of some assignments that could be built around digital timelines.

This workshop is one in a series hosted by the The Digital Scholars Lab (DSL). The DSL is a new project, led by Meghan Cope (Geography), Melanie Gustafson (History), and Abby McGowan (History, CAS Dean’s office) bringing together faculty from the humanities and social sciences to build skills and create teaching assignments based on new visualization tools.

The DSL public workshops this semester, open to all faculty, will introduce a range of relatively easy-to-teach visualization technologies for classroom use.

Event details:

  • Contact: Meghan Cope, Meghan.Cope@uvm.edu, +1 802-656-8844
  • Facilitated By: Daisy Benson, Bailey Howe-Info & Instruction
    Hope Greenberg, Ctr for Teaching & Learning
  • Location: CTL, Bailey/Howe 303
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