I teach undergraduate and graduate history at Drew University in Madison, NJ. Over the past few years, I've been working largely on my own to develop digital methods in the history classroom. My objective has been twofold: to increase students' historical understanding via digital methods, and second, to have them develop hands-on transferable digital skills. I am not interested in DH projects so much as in the analytical possibilities digitality offers. That said, I also work a lot in developing students' skills in accessing and using online archives.