Teaching Resources

Massaging New Media

The New Media Teaching Circle
Leslie Bussert, Reference & Instruction/Ethics & Humanities Librarian
Amanda Hornby, former Reference & Instruction/Media & Technology Studies Librarian
Gray Kochhar-Lindgren, PhD, Center for University Studies and Programs
Justin Young, former UW Bothell Writing Center


Digital scholarship is often composed of works that are born digital, multi-media, database technology-based, analysis of other born digital material, digital text and images, digital music or art, and data sets. Much of this scholarship is never intended to be formally published. This form of scholarly data, presentation and dissemination represents a shift away from publishing and the kind of scholarship that we have traditionally collected and preserved in libraries, and is a natural evolution and adaptation of digital technology to scholarship.
~UW Libraries

Useful Resources


New Media Working Bibliography>>
Scholarly Communication Handout>>



Degree-granting formats

European Graduate School

Krems University of the Danube (Image Science)

Centre for Computing in the Humanities

Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities

USC Interactive Media

Scholarly publishing platforms

Hypermedia Joyce Studies

Tulse Luper Suitcases


Ad infinitum


Virtual Art


Green Museum

Scholarly Electronic Publishing

Voice of the Shuttle

Ad infinitum

External funding

ACLS Digital Innovation

NEH Digital Humanities


Stanford Humanities Laboratory

In-class projects

Traveling Knowledge: Hotel Night Walking
(Gray Kochhar-Lindgren, PhD, Center for University Programs and Studies)

Urban Archives: Walking the City
(Kanta Kochhar-Lindgren, PhD, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences)


And while London Burns