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Crowdsourcing, Undergraduates, and Digital Humanities Projects

Originally posted on Rebecca Frost Davis:
Crowdsourcing could be a silver bullet for integrating digital humanities methods into the undergraduate curriculum.  Why? “Crowd” by flickr user James Cridland Crowdsourcing means getting the general public to do tasks. Jeff Howe explains…

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Buzzfeed: “I Killed A Man”: What Happens When A Homicide Confession Goes Viral While I don’t have time to read this now, I’m putting it here for future reference. I think it may resonate interestingly with Foucault’s ideas about confession, discourse, … Continue reading

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