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Reading Together: Using Perusall to Gloss the Online Text, by Shawn Hill

Shawn Hill, Instructional Technologist

Fordham University

Tools and Repositories

Perusall

Gallica, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, digitized manuscripts

Sources Used for this Demo

Presentation Slides

To cite this page:

Hill, Shawn. “Reading Together: Using Perusall to Gloss the Online Text,” Middle Ages for Educators, July 14, 2020. Accessed [date].

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Annotated Manuscripts with Digital Mappa

Dot Porter

Penn Libraries

Digital Mappa is an open-source tool for displaying, annotating, and publishing images of manuscripts. The ability to make detailed and linked digital annotations on manuscript images is Digital Mappa’s strength, but the platform also provides space for text to introduce, support, or give translations of the manuscripts. Its flexibility makes it possible for researchers or educators to make many different kinds of manuscripts accessible to many different kinds of students and scholars.

This tool talk is part of a longer introduction to Digital Mappa by Dot Porter, which can be viewed here.

Tools and Repositories

Digital Mappa

Sources Referenced in this Demo

BiblioPhilly

OPenn

Medieval Digital Mappa Projects

Virtual Mappa 2.0 (digitized and annotated medieval maps)

The Franks Casket

Digital Chronique 2.0 (or see the introduction by creator Lisa Fagin Davis here)

Amalarius’s Bells: Old English and Medieval Latin Edition

Digital Grave (an Old English text with excellent pedagogical resources)

Four Anglo-Carolingian Minitexts

Old English Poetry in Facsimile

To cite this page

Porter, Dot. “Annotated Manuscripts with Digital Mappa.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 16, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/tool-talk/annotated-manuscripts-with-digital-mappa/

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MAA Webinar Online Teaching Tool Talk

Podcasting and Pedagogy, by Nicholas Paul

Nicholas Paul

Fordham University

Sources Referenced in this Video

Introduction

Edison/Infinite Dial Data about Podcasting and the US Public

K-12 Education

WNYC Podcast competition

Khe Foon Hew, “Use of Audio Podcasting in K-12 and Higher Education: A Review of Research Topics and Methodologies,” Education Technology Research and Development 57:3 (2009): 333-357 

Access

Podcast Accessibility

Hearing Loss Accessibility and Your Podcast

Top 5 Ways to Make Your Podcast Accessible 

Podcasting and the Past

Examples: Scholarship Made Accessible

“History Mondays” (France Culture- in French)

“In Our Time” (BBC) 

Throughline Podcast (NPR)

Footnoting History

Examples: Specialist Podcasts

Ottoman History

Byzantium & Friends

Practicalities: Recording and Editing

Garageband Tutorial for Podcasters: How to Setup, Record, and Edit a Podcast on a Mac

Record a Podcast on Zoom

Blanket Forts and Pantyhose: How to Set up a Decent Podcast Studio at Home:

How to Start Your Own Podcast (a good one for using Audacity)

Sample Prompt

Fordham University (2020) Podcast Sample Prompt. HIST 6078: The Crusader States: The Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099-1291. Bronx, New York, Nicholas Paul.

Crusader States Course (a graduate-level Medieval Studies course 2015 and 2018) 

More Fordham Medieval Studies Digital Projects (also great for teaching!) 

Oxford Outremer Map Project

Online Medieval Sources Bibliography

Medieval Londoners

French of England

French of Outremer

French of Italy

And More…

To Cite this Page

Paul, Nicholas. “Podcasting and PedagogyMiddle Ages for Educators, July 15, 2020. Accessed [date].http://middleagesforeducators.com/uncategorized/podcasting-and-pedagogy,-by-nicholas-paul/

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MAA Webinar Online Teaching Tool Talk

Digital Exhibitions on Artsteps, by Elizabeth Lastra

Elizabeth Lastra

The University of Hong Kong

Tools and Repositories

Artsteps

Sources Used for this Demo

Slides

Artsteps Guide

Islamic Chinoiserie by Stephanie Yang

To cite this page

Lastra, Elizabeth. “Digital Exhibitions on Artsteps.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 16, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/uncategorized/digital-exhibitions-on-artsteps,-by-elizabeth-lastra/

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Christine de Pizan Through Storymaps, by David Joseph Wrisley

David Joseph Wrisley

NYU Abu Dhabi

Sources Referenced in this Video

Slides

ArcGIS Storymaps

Storymap.js

Dataset of places mentioned in Christine de Pizan

Interactive map

Selected storymaps for medievalists

The Road to Agincourt (Chatzis, Edinburgh) (military history)

Sul camino del Rinascimento (EIPACA di Manosque) (art production) 

London’s lost river: the Tyburn (MOLA) (geo-archeology)

The Garden of Earthly Delights – Hieronymus Bosch (art history) 

Game of Thrones : Arya’s Journey (cultural studies) 

On mapping Christine de Pizan 

Wrisley, D.J. (2018). The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan, Approaches to Teaching Christine de Pizan, ed. Andrea Tarnowski. MLA, 156-163.

Some Starting Points for Medieval Spatial Datasets 

Digital Atlas for Roman and Medieval Civilization https://darmc.harvard.edu/data-availability 

Morreale, L. (2019). Exploring Place in the French of Italy, 1st Edition (Version Omeka Classic, CartoDB). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2562276 

Wrisley, D. J. (2015). The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan (geo-data) [Data set]. Approaches to Teaching Christine de Pizan. Modern Language Association. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.35350

A General Rubric for Academic Web-Based Writing:

Wrisley, D.J. (2020, July). Rubric for Academic Web-based Writing (Version 1.0). Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3932709

On (Medieval) Culture and Mapping

Lethbridge, E., Hartman, S. (2016). Inscribing Environmental Memory in the Icelandic Sagas and the Icelandic Saga Map, PMLA 131.2, 381-391.

Kinniburgh, M.C. (2018). Spatial Reading: Digital Literary Maps of the Icelandic Outlaw Sagas, Digital Medievalist 11(1).

Petrulevich, A., Backman, A. Adams, J. (2019). Medieval Macrospace Through GIS: The Norse World Project Approach. The Cartographic Journal, 57.1.

Wrisley, D.J. (2017). Locating Medieval French: or Why We Collect and Visualize the Geographic Information of Texts, Speculum 92, no. S1, S145-S169.

Wrisley, D.J. (2020). Exploring the Geographies of Froissart’s Chroniques, H-France Salon, 12:8, #26.

On Storymapping and Pedagogy 

Dickinson, S., Telford, A. (2020). The Visualities of Digital Story Mapping: Teaching the ‘Messiness’ of Qualitative Methods Through Mapping Technologies. Journal of Geography in Higher Education.

ESRI. Story Maps and the Digital Humanities   https://collections.storymaps.esri.com/humanities/

Sinton, D.S. (n.d.) Mapping. Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models and Experiments. https://digitalpedagogy.mla.hcommons.org/keywords/mapping/.

Wrisley, D.J. (2018). Mapping in the Digital Liberal Arts: Models, methods, futures, AMICAL webinar.

To cite this page

Wrisley, David Joseph. “Christine de Pizan Through Storymaps.” Middle Ages for Educators, July 15, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/course-materials/christine-de-pizan-through-storymaps-by-david-joseph-wrisley/

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Course Materials Tool Talk

Domesday Book Data Analysis using Excel and PASE, by Jennifer Edwards

Jennifer C. Edwards

Professor and Chair of History, Manhattan College

Tools and Repositories

The Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England 

Voyant

slack

Excel

Sources Used for this Demo

Manhattan College. (2020). Assigment: Domesday Book Analysis. History 337: Britain to 1688. New York, New York: Jennifer C. Edwards.

Domesday Book at the Internet History Sourcebook:

Further Reading:

Domesday book online: http://www.domesdaybook.co.uk/contents.html

Domesday Book at the National Archives

To cite this page:

Edwards, Jennifer. “Domesday Book Data Analysis using Excel and PASE, by Jennifer EdwardsMiddle Ages for Educators, July 12, 2020. Accessed [date]. http://middleagesforeducators.com/uncategorized/domesday-book-data-analysis-using-excel-and-pase-by-jennifer-edwards/