Hi! One of the issues I run into is that humanities scholars (like me!) are trained for solitary research, not collaboration. While we’re eager to collaborate with our cross-disciplinary peers and colleagues, we may lack the soft skills to engage constructively in collaborative activities. How can we incorporate collaborative activities into our pedagogy to instill not only the praxis of collaboration but the spirit of it as well into our students?
Maybe we could use the Voyant suite voyant-tools.org/as a test case to brainstorm how to incorporate collaboration into a teaching activity. I can do a short demo of the suite, and then we can brainstorm how we might model collaboration in the classroom using the range of tools the suite offers.