Digitally based knowledge has reevaluate their existing pedagogical methods. In this workshop, we investigate one possible solution to this challenge: digital annotation.
Using the tools of online textual annotation, readers can collaborate on annotating or interpreting a work, make their annotations public, and respond to interpretations by others.
New class offers MIT students the chance to pair technical know-how with real-world art and humanities projects at local museums.
Annotation Studio integrates a powerful set of textual interpretation tools behind an interface that makes using those tools intuitive for undergraduates and their instructors.
In this hands-on workshop you’ll learn how to create, tag, link, and share annotations in web-based environments.
It’s a great opportunity to be a part of humanities software development, focused around data visualization and user collaboration.
The debates sparked in our reorganization serve as powerful reminders that the university has been blissfully isolated from seismic changes.