Digital Humanities Pedagogy at Queen’s: Dr. Marc Fortin
Dr. Marc André Fortin graduated from the Ph.D. program in English Language and Literature at Queen’s in 2012. His research marries analysis of the role of technology in Canadian and Indigenous literature with technologically motivated perspectives on access, social networking, digital textual editing, and pedagogy. While at Queen’s, Marc and his undergraduate students undertook an innovative Wiki-based final project in a Canadian literature class. He has transferred these digital pedagogical skills to his Assistant Professorship at the Université de Sherbrooke, where he has just completed an introductory undergraduate course in Digital Technologies for the Humanities.
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