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Jo Guldi: The Dangerous Art of Text Mining

The Dangerous Art of Text Mining with Dr. Jo Guldi (Southern Methodist University). Friday, May 21, 2021 Presented as part of the Critical Practice in Text Data Mining Research Cluster, with support…

From  Spencer Keralis on 05/21/2021 4 plays

"Whatever you do, don't stare.": Modeling Representations of Otherness in the Star Wars Expanded Universe | May 5, 2021

Presented at Realizing Resistance Episode II: Uncharted Galaxies, an interdisciplinary conference on the Star Wars universe, a Digital Frontiers satellite event. The event was sponsored by the UIUC…

From  Spencer Keralis on 05/11/2021 5 plays 0  

A Saga of Your Very Own: Digital Storytelling with Twine | May 5, 2021

In this workshop, participants used Twine, a user-friendly but robust hypertext storyboarding-cum-game-design tool, to create digital narratives in the vein of early Choose Your Own Adventure-style…

From  Spencer Keralis on 05/10/2021 6 plays

Amanda Henrichs and Heather Froehlich: The Human Dimensions of Reading at Scale

The Human Dimensions of Reading at Scale with Dr. Amanda Henrichs and Dr. Heather Froehlich. Friday, March 19, 2021 Presented as part of the Critical Practice in Text Data Mining Research Cluster,…

From  Spencer Keralis on 03/19/2021 2 plays 0  

Digital Publishing and Pedagogy in the Humanities - Fall 2020 IT Pro Forum

Mary Ton, Scholarly Communication and PublishingThis discussion will center around strategies for supporting the digital publication of humanities-based research with a particular focus on multimedia…

From  ITPF Zoom3 on 11/12/2020 1 plays 0  

Caffeine Break - Nicholas Strole, Dena Strong, Darius Summerville: The Corr-Proust Project

What do you do when you need a content management system for a digital humanities project without a budget for a database designer? While there are several resources available at the University, many…

From  Dena Strong on 07/14/2020 13 plays 0  

iSchool Faculty Research Profiles: Professor Ted Underwood

iSchool Professor Ted Underwood explains how he uses digital libraries and data science methods in his research to delve deeper into previously unexplored topics within the digital humanities.

From  Lisa Watkins on 05/22/2018 10 plays 0