Author Archives: Sabina Pringle

css.php

Data TRIKE week 9 update

Project TRIKE milestones for week 9 were to have the website shell tested and ready to receive content, and GitHub set up and ready to receive content. We more than made these milestones; all data sets and most of the narratives were up on GitHub, and we have started uploading content to the website. We’re […]

Posted in Uncategorized | : | 2 Responses

Project TRIKE Outreach and Social Media Plan

Our outreach goals are to build awareness of our project so as to start conversations about best practices and methodologies for transforming data, to get feedback which will help us improve our work, to invite DH practitioners to fork and iterate our project, and to substantiate future grant, conference and award applications. We will achieve […]

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | : | Leave a comment

Personal Bio and Contribution Statement

Personal Bio Sabina Pringle is Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of English at City College of New York (CCNY) – CUNY since August 2017. She is currently teaching English 21007: Writing for Engineering. She is also Writing Fellow in the English Department at Baruch College – CUNY, where she works in curriculum development, grant writing […]

Posted in Personal Blogs | Tagged , , , , , | : | Leave a comment

First Journal Entry

Working with Project TRIKE is a real pleasure as well as an exciting opportunity to engage in thoughtful, meaningful digital humanities work. Hannah, Nancy, Natasha and Rob are awesome. They are super organized and have a very clear idea of what they – we – want to do. I was given the role of technical […]

Posted in Personal Blogs | Tagged , , , , , , , , | : | Leave a comment

NYCDH Reflection: A Call for More Workshops for Workers

I have little to say about the NYC Digital Humanities week because I was unable to attend, due to the fact that I have three full-time jobs which require me to be in offices and classrooms Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. I have more to say about not having gone. As a student in […]

Posted in Workshops | Tagged , , , , , , | : | 1 Response

Skillset: Sabina Pringle

Hello all, great to see you again and great to meet the new people. This is my skillset (eeeegh I feel like I’m applying for a job!) Outreach: I’m a sociable person most of the time, I talk a lot but have also learned to listen, so outreach comes to me naturally. I teach at […]

Posted in Skillsets | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | : | Leave a comment

Pitch: Proposal for Building a Digital Humanities Course to be Taught in Prison

Problem and goals: In view of the devastating effects of mass incarceration in the United States and in an effort to address the needs of incarcerated people as they rebuild their lives, I propose to design and develop a proof of concept for an undergraduate college-level course in digital skills and digital humanities to be […]

Posted in Project Pitches | : | 6 Responses
Need help with the Commons? Visit our
help page
Send us a message
Skip to toolbar