This paper presents the process and outcomes of a digital humanities (DH) teaching collaboration. The authors, a subject librarian and an instructor for a distance graduate course on the history of children’s literature, will discuss features of the collaboration and course design: the digital literacy learning outcomes, the authors’ choice of the multi-media publishing platform Scalar as the best fit for those outcomes, and their design of the assignment sequence to achieve learning outcomes and assess student learning.
|Original language||English (US)|
|Journal||At the Helm: Leading Transformation: The Proceedings of the ACRL 2017 Conference March 22–25, 2017|
|State||Published - 2017|