Monthly Archives: November 2010

New York Times Series on Digital Humanities

The New York Times has just issued the first in a series of articles about "Humanities 2.0: Liberal Arts Meet the Data Revolution." The article quotes Tom Scheinfeldt, managing director of the Center for History and New Media at George … Continue reading

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Teaching Quantitative Reasoning using Technology

Frank Robinson, Coordinator of the Yale College Science and QR Center, shared some of the ways that he and others have used technology to teach quantitative reasoning in Yale undergraduate courses. Professor Robinson has been deeply involved in Yale's Quantitative … Continue reading

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Gaming in the Classroom

We were happy to welcome Roger Travis, Associate Professor of Classics to the Bass Library on Tuesday to speak about how and why he uses video games in the classroom. Professor Travis first walked us through his side project, the … Continue reading

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