How do you build a class like this?
1. Web hosting for students/faculty:
2. Familiarize yourself with Digital Humanities:
Books and Journals
Steven Lubar, Brown University- Introduction to Public Humanities
James McGrath, Brown University- Digital Public Humanities
Michael J. Altman, University of Alabama- Public Humanities and Religious Studies
3. Think about what DH tools and methods interest you.
What fits your research interests? What suits your department/college needs and strengths?
Learn with your students.
What are you curious about?
4. Find campus resources
Talk to your libraries!
Talk to your ed-tech people!
Talk to your colleagues!
5. Decide on your digital course infrastructure