JDA in the Classroom
This page offers examples of in-class usage of the JDA or other disaster-related digital tools.You may use resources available in this page to think about ways to incoporate the archive into your teaching and/or school curriculum. If you have used JDA to teach a course or have incorporated it into a part of course you have taught or are going to teach, please share with firstname.lastname@example.org!
History and Anthropology 1923 "Japan's 2011 Disasters and Their Aftermath: A Workshop on Digital Research"
Instructors: Theodore C. Bestor, Andrew Gordon, Kyle Parry and Ryo Morimoto
Group User Account: 2011Disasters (in 2016) and 1923 seminar (in 2013)
Example Collections from 2013: "Nuclear Protest Music 原発と音楽" by Jewelianne Houllette,
"Oversea Students Funding Raising for 3/11 Earthquake" by Gabby Chen, and
"Women in Disaster," Juhee Kang
ENVS/JPN/EAS 275 "Nature and Culture in Japan" Instructor: Cheryl A. Crowley
Group User Account: Nature and Culture in Japan/ Emory Students
INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF DISASTER SCIENCE at TOHOKU UNIVERSITY/
"Exhibitions about the Great East Japan Earthquake Disaster in Museums" by Hiroshi Tetsuka, and
"お地蔵さん" by Janice Ni.
September 2016 Report
Example Collections: "ふるさと納税" by Yu Wang
September 2015 Report
Example Collections: "津波記念碑・伝承と教訓" by Yuya Matsuoka(松岡祐也),
SHOWA BOSTON INSTITUTE FOR LANGUAGE AND CULTURE,
STUDENT VOLUNTEER PROGRAM