1) What kinds of methodologies and critical models emerge from our engagement with the digital humanities that help our students (and us) becomes better writers, literary critics, and producers of knowledge?
2) What would be an example of a digital assignment for a Shakespeare course and how do we evaluate it? This would have to be more than simply posting an entire essay on a wiki and it should enhance our students’ understanding in ways a traditional paper assignment would not.
3) What can we do to make our work on digital editions and open source databases count as much as more traditional forms of scholarship such as books with university presses and journal articles? I’m interested in this especially with regard to the appointment/ promotion process across institutions.