- How the Internet Works in Five Minutes, 2009, https://youtu.be/7_LPdttKXPc
- Introduction and Part I, in Debates in the Digital Humanities, Matthew K. Gold, ed., Open Access Edition (2013), http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates/
- Matthew Long and Roger C. Schonfeld, “Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Art Historians,” Research Support Services Program (Ithaka S+R, April 30, 2014), http://www.sr.ithaka.org/research-publications/supporting-changing-research-practices-art-historians?
- Jules David Prown, “The Art Historian and the Computer,” in Art as Evidence: Writings on Art and Material Culture (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2001), 36–51. View PDF
- Opening comments and introductions
- Introduction to the Digital Humanities Community and the Digital Art History web.
- Overview of disciplinary approaches using “threshold concepts” (Meyer and Land):
- Building a professional identity online.
- Introduction to digital communication platforms
- Hands-on Session: Sign up for/working with Twitter. #doingdah15
- Hands-on Session: Sign up for Reclaim web hosting and install WordPress.
- Project Planning: Sharing of Project Ideas
Additional readings and material are not required, but recommended. They are accessible through a Zotero Group Library. If you already use Zotero, click here to see the group and apply for membership.
Even if you don’t use Zotero, a link to the extra material is included at the bottom of each day’s schedule page: Zotero Folder – Day 1 – Introductions – Extra Material