The Digital in Research-Oriented Teaching: Interdisciplinary Exchange

Workshop and Panel at Anglistentag 2019 at the University of Leipzig

22 to 25 September 2019

Sabine Bartsch, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Angelika Zirker, Universität Tübingen


Should any questions arise concerning the workshop and panel, please to not hesitate to contact to contact us under the following e-mail address: at2019workshop@digitalphilology.net

The ubiquity of the digital in research and society raises important questions concerning the competences and skills to be conveyed to future generations by the university. Currently, the first born-digital generation is entering the universities. Students of this generation are interacting with everyday technology in a very casual way, yet, they are just as new to the utility of digital technologies in their course of studies, as they are unfamiliar with their newly chosen subjects of study and their contents.

University teaching can nowadays build upon the openness and curiosity of this generation concerning digital technology. At the same time, it is facing the challenge of aligning the possibilities offered by digital technology with the requirements of philological and cultural studies aspects of the courses of study in order to enable students to critically engage with said technologies in an academic context. It is important that the teaching of digital technology is integrated into the study of language, literature and culture in order to convey to students its relevance in research, teaching and the workplace. University education must thus prepare aspiring academics and scientists as well as teachers for work, life and research in a digital society and make them aware of the methodological and theoretical implications.

Digital technology poses opportunities and challenges for the development of university teaching; these are frequently taken up in research-oriented teaching formats. Our workshop session “The Digital in Research-Oriented Teaching: Interdisciplinary Exchange” invites participants to share their concepts and experiences from research-oriented teaching formats at Anglistentag 2019 in Leipzig. The workshop is comprised of poster presentations optionally including demos of websites, teaching materials and software. The workshop, furthermore, includes a panel discussion to spark exchange about experiences and challenges and offers a forum for discussion on the role of the digital in teaching to a wider plenum.

Official programme of the Anglistentag 2019

Tuesday, 24.09.2019WORKSHOP ON UNIVERSITY TEACHING:
The Digital in Research-Oriented Teaching: Interdisciplinary Exchange
10:00 - 10:30 am Poster exhibit during the coffee break
4:45 – 6:15 pm Panel discussion in Room S 127
Fostering the development of digital literacies through (international) collaborative research-oriented teaching and learning
Dr. Claudia Burger, Goethe University Frankfurt, Department of English and American Studies
Dr. Polina Shvanyukova, University of Bergamo, Department of Foreign Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Innovative digital teaching and learning with Active Presenter - Examples from and for Linguistics
Rolf Kreyer, University of Marburg
Teaching (how to teach) vocabulary: a blended learning project moving a practical language class (Sprachpraxis) towards a more research-oriented focus on teaching methodology (Fachdidaktik)
Cornelia Gerhardt, Verena Bernardi, Daniel Honert, Henry Rademacher (all English Department, Saarland University)
British Women Writers 1945–1960
Ingo Berensmeyer, Sonja Trurnit, University of Munich
Pedagogical applications of the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project
Dr Georgina Nugent-Folan, Department für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
The Royal Society Corpus as a teaching and learning resource for English for academic and specific purposes
Katrin Menzel, Department of Language Science and Technology, Saarland University
Blood, toil, tears and sweat: Exploring Churchill’s political speeches in an interdisciplinary perspective
Sabine Bartsch, Department of Linguistics and Literary Studies, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Detlev Mares, Department of History, Technische Universität Darmstadt
From Sendung mit der Maus to Mouse TV: Experiences from a linguistic film dubbing project
Christina Sanchez-Stockhammer, LMU, München
Explanatory Annotation and Its Digital Interfaces
Matthias Bauer & Angelika Zirker, Eberhard Karls University Tübingen
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