Category Archives: Crowdsourcing

Posts about crowdsourcing projects and methods.

Digital Humanities and Academic Entrepreneurship

What is Academic Entrepreneurship?  How can one become a Humanist Entrepreneur? What does that mean? AE education – How do we adapt and how do we apply to a Humanities ecosystem the training and resources about becoming an entrepreneur that are available to scientific disciplines? Why is AE so important to those disciplines? Is it equally important to the practice […]

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Session proposal: Making Student Work Public

The digital sphere offers humanities instructors a rare and valuable opportunity to have students create knowledge that can transcend the classroom and the class assignment. Whether this knowledge takes the form of Wikipedia entries, websites, contributions to crowdsourcing platforms, or online maps and timelines, it shows undergraduates that they can be contributors to our disciplines, […]

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