DH Graduate Internship for Japanese Language and Culture
Digital Humanities Faculty Fellowship, Seton Hall University
This project entails working with four graduate students interested in applying current digital technology to create Japanese language teaching materials including how to utilize and integrate digital humanity projects to the community at large. The proposed project encompasses digital storytelling and Japanese onomatopoeia. The digital storytelling project is a combination of traditional Japanese compositions (essays and/or scripts) with photos/pictures/sound. All Japanese language students (approx. 60) are encouraged to submit their projects by working with the graduate students. The highest quality works will be given digital storytelling awards during the annual Japan week events (April 4-8, 2016) and will then be published on SHU tube.
Osuka, Shigeru, "DH Graduate Internship for Japanese Language and Culture" (2017). Digital Humanities. 6.
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