An article about ClipNotes has been published in the latest issue of Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier, which summarizes how ClipNotes works, how it can be used as a teaching tool, and some of the broader aspirations of the project. Check it out here:
The article is part of an issue entitled “DH and Media Studies Crossovers.” Edited by Melanie E.S. Kohnen & Leah Shafer, this special issue brings:
the lively discussion about the points of connection between media studies and DH into the classroom so that we may forge a closer connection between methodologies and technologies. This issue of Cinema Journal Teaching Dossier asks how DH work, with its emphases on innovative scholarly architectures, multimedia components, and cross-disciplinary hybridity, speaks to evolving trends in media studies pedagogy. Significantly, this cross-over reveals that approaches adapted from the Digital Humanities have shifted media studies pedagogy from relying on conventional essays toward an embrace of critical media production as a means of analysis.