Cultural Heritage Data and Social Engagement

Digital Accessibility in Cultural Heritage Projects

This post originally appeared on student Theo Acker’s website. .entry-header   Digital accessibility, ensuring that digital content is accessible to people with disabilities, is a topic near and…

Can “Historical” Games be Studied? A Look at Assassin’s Creed

This post originally appeared on student Dalton Jones’s website. Notre Dame within Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Ubisoft, 2019 I believe gaming as an artistic medium can do well to serve cultural her…

The Ethics for Healthy Research

This post originally appeared on student Shane McLaughlin’s website. Ethics, photograph taken by Dan Mason, Flickr, 2013 This year, 2020, has been a very different year for all of humanity. Noth…

Projects!

Please check out these projects students created for this class! Emily Tucker created a timeline of LGBTQ+ activism at OU, focusing on the legal recognition of the OU group the Gay Activist Alliance. …

Sovereignty, Autonomy, control and the potential for truly postcolonial data

Note: This post was written by a student in the course and reposted here. Source: SOVEREIGNTY, AUTONOMY, CONTROL AND THE POTENTIAL FOR TRULY POSTCOLONIAL DATA. I, like most all of my classmates, grew …

Critical-Analytical Reflection: How We Value Our (And Others’) Heritage

Note: This post was written by a student in the course and reposted here. Source: How We Value Our (And Others’) Heritage I want you, the person reading this, to think of one of your favorite songs. N…

Week 16!

Welcome to week 16! Great work on the blog this past week — bring that energy through to the close of the semester! It’s exam preparation week, and in our course the assignments …

Critical-Analytical Reflection

The Assignment ***You must complete this assignment at a Satisfactory level to earn a B or A in the course unless you are doing a project.*** Choose a theme from the course that you think you learned …

Week 15

Welcome to Week 15, our last week of readings!  My internet has been out most of the day, so the video lecture is not yet ready and online. I will post it Monday. Thank you for your patience. I hope y…

Thanksgiving week

Please check out the syllabus schedule for Week 14. It’s all about getting caught up! There’s a quick 3 minute video. The Lab/Building Block for the last unit is also posted and due Decemb…

LTRS/HIST/WGS/LIS 4970/5970
Fall 2020
University of Oklahoma

Prof. Caroline T. Schroeder, Ph.D. (“Dr. S”)
ctschroeder[at]ou.edu
@ctschroeder

Student Hours
M 2-3 pm Central
Th 2-3 pm Central
by appointment
all via Zoom