Joined on: September 25th, 2011
Diane Jakacki received her PhD from the University of Waterloo, where she specialized in early modern printed drama, and participated in federally-funded digital humanities research projects. She has published two articles on applying social semiotic methods to early modern theatre history, an edition of Wit and Science, and co-authored an essay on developing digital image annotation tools. She is a software consultant to imageMAT and the Records of Early English Drama. At Georgia Tech she applies digital humanities methods to pedagogical solutions. Jakacki is currently developing researching the Elizabethan clown Richard Tarlton and his touring relationship with the Queen’s Men troupe.
Recent Posts by Diane Jakacki
- Once more unto the breach ...
- Profhacker Recommendations for Mac Apps
- DCW: Whitson Talks Open Access Textbooks
- ProfHacker: A Better Blogging Assignment
- Shetty Publishes Picture Book
- Britts Abroad
- Everybody's Got Something
- An Interview with Karen Head and Nirmal Trivedi
- RSA Gets Schooled!
- Monsters and Young Adult Literature
Recent Comments by Diane Jakacki
- "You make a good point, Robin. I didn't mean to advocate a completely private mode of communication. I like commenting on student blog posts openly. It" on Course Blogs: Commenting Privately on a Student’s Post
- "What a great moment, Katy! You have me thinking about how to better manage my class blogs. Already working toward next term, and this approach would r" on Putting Students to Work: Guest hosting a “best blog” round-up
- "Congratulations, Andy! Great interview!" on Interview With Andy Frazee Published Online
- "Great post, Robin! My ENGL 1102 students are just finishing a multi-part assignment: oral presentations (with twitter backchannel peer evaluation) and" on Encouraging Better Class Discussions
- "Students in my 1102 sections are currently writing their third assignment in and aside from a bit of nervousness in the beginning, they seem to be qu" on The Parachut<e>: A Grading/Marking Workflow
- "Fantastic post! I have begun using Zotero this term, primarily for a major collaborative midterm project where I had students tracking the Jon Stewart" on Zotero in the Classroom