Undergraduate Teaching Delivery for Dept of Digital Humanities (Term I)

The Department of Digital Humanities is committed to providing a high quality educational experience, offering our students as much face-to-face time as possible while also keeping both students and staff safe. To comply with government guidelines and to ensure the safety of students and staff, the majority of our degree programmes will be delivered in a blended fashion in 2020-2021. This means students will engage in both online learning (either live online events and pre-made online content) and on-campus learning (in-person sessions at UCC). How each programme and course will be delivered depends on a number of factors including the discipline being studied, the class size, the individual circumstances of staff and, of course, public health guidelines.

Access to timetables reflecting DH & CS modules can be located as follows: 

First-year Timetable
Second-year Timetable
Final-year Timetable

Students are also reminded that a list of essential departmental resources for Digital Humanities is always maintained on the following page: https://www.ucc.ie/en/dah/resources/

In all instances, students are advised to consult Canvas and module co-ordinators with regard to teaching arrangements for specific courses and modules, as recent changes may not yet be reflected via online resources.

The COVID-19 Response Team for the School of English & Digital Humanities comprises:

Prof. Claire Connolly 
Dr Órla Murphy 
Ms Anne Fitzgerald 
Ms Ann Riordan 
Prof. Lee Jenkins (Lead Worker Representative) 
Dr James O’Sullivan (Lead Worker Representative)

First-year Students

DH1001 Digital Humanities: Theories and Concepts I

Module co-ordinator: Dr Órla Murphy <o.murphy@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Monday 12pm (face-to-face FSB 4.58); Friday 10am (synchronously, online)

In the first week (beginning 28th September), all classes and materials will be fully online, and available through Canvas.

Weeks 2-12: A rotation scheme will be announced so that students attend some lectures in person, and some online (in order to comply with distancing guidelines in the classrooms). 

Tutorials: Students are required to sign up for one tutorial discussion group. These will be conducted online synchronously. More details, including online sign-ups, will be released via Canvas in Week 1.

 

DH1003 Research Methods & Practices

Module co-ordinator: Dr Mike Cosgrave <m.cosgrave@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Online only. Recorded Topic Introductions with key readings, exercises and tasks. Material made available asynchronously for students to consult on their own time.

Tutorials: Synchronous tutorials will be arranged with the class at start of term, and supplemented by virtual office hours.

Second-year Students

DH2001 Digital Humanities: Theories and Concepts I

Module co-ordinator: Dr James O'Sullivan <james.osullivan@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Face-to-face teaching across timetabled sessions, supplemented by online resources (Wednesday 4-5pm; 5-6pm, FSB 4.58).

 

DH2005 Learning and Knowledge Creation in the Digital Age

Module co-ordinator: Dr Mike Cosgrave <mike.cosgrave@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Online only. Recorded Topic Introductions with key readings, exercises and tasks.  Material made available asynchronously for students to consult on their own time.

Tutorials: Synchronous tutorials will be arranged with the class at start of term, and supplemented by virtual office hours.  

 

DH2009 Gender, Race and Digital Humanities

Module co-ordinator: Dr Máirín MacCarron <mairin.maccarron@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Face-to-face teaching according to the timetable, supplemented by online resources (Friday 11am–1pm, DH Active Learning Space FSB 4.58).

Final-year Students

DH4001 Digital Humanities Research Colloquium

Module co-ordinator: Dr Máirín MacCarron <mairin.maccarron@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Face-to-face teaching according to the timetable, supplemented by online resources (Wednesday 12–2pm, DH Active Learning Space FSB 4.58).

 

DH4002 Research Project Planning & Delivery

Module co-ordinator: Shawn Day <shawn.day@ucc.ie>

Teaching Delivery: Fully online, synchronous according to published timetable (Wednesday 11-12pm)

Need more help?

Any further queries can be direct to Head of Department, Dr Órla Murphy <o.murphy@ucc.ie>

Alternatively, contact the Lead Worker Representative for the Department, Dr James O'Sullivan <james.osullivan@ucc.ie>

A complete list of faculy roles and responsibilities for the department can be found as follows: UCCDH Faculty Roles

 

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