If you are assigned a multimedia/new media project for your class or are interested in learning digital tools and methods for your own personal use, schedule a consultation with a Digital Humanities Associate (DHA).
DHAs are Berea College students who primarily engage in peer-to-peer instruction by supporting digital humanities projects throughout the academic year. They offer hands-on guidance and assistance for digital class projects through one-on-one consultations* and holding evening walk-in hours. Behind the scenes, DHAs also plan and design resource handouts, tutorials, and workshops.
*DHAs will be available for one-on-one consultations starting in the Spring 2020 semester.
DHAs are being trained on the following software and digital tools.
Video: iMovie, Adobe Spark Video, Screencastomatic
Graphics: Canva, Adobe Spark Post
Webpage: Adobe Spark Page
Timelines: TimelineJS, Tiki-Toki
Mapping: Google Maps, StorymapJS
Visualization: Voyant, Tableau Public
Electronic Literature/Games: Twine
DHAs can assist with the following questions and more: