Monthly Archives: June 2013
This article might be of interest: Assigning Wikipedia editing: Triangulation toward understanding university student engagement: firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/4340
As I promised yesterday, here is the blog post I wrote about my comparisons of the two versions of “Chronique de la derive douce”. Apparently, in the two subsequent months, I have completely forgotten how to recreate my results in … Continue reading
Thanks again everyone for a great THATCamp Kentucky. I hope that you stay in touch and look for another one happening within the next year. As promised, here is the Twitter archive, in which you can find a lot of … Continue reading
SAA 2014 regular annual conference call for studies for 51 seminars and 5 workshops includes 5 such calls for Digital Humanities studies— 24. New Approaches to Visualizing Shakespeare Seminar Leader: Diane K. Jakacki (Bucknell University) How do digital visualization tools … Continue reading
Here is an interesting example of a digital syllabus using Prezi. It’s extremely well done and worth a look.
I enjoyed today’s conversations. Here are some relevant resources: Codes of fair use best practices: www.centerforsocialmedia.org/fair-use/best-practices HathiTrust Research Center: www.hathitrust.org/htrc Writing Wikipedia articles: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Education_Program:Peer_to_Peer_University/Writing_Wikipedia_Articles_%282013_Q2%29
Identity, reputation, security Dig ipad, tools Online teaching DH CENTERS/ community DH research Library archives Philosophy, open access, Wikipedia
#THATCampKY is a great place to discuss the Politics of Physical Appearances for Black femininity in digital spaces, hip-hop, and gender performance. It is a great place to reflect on previous courses and the knowledge I gained from students.
I’m having a great time at THATCampKY! Meeting new people; making new friends.
I am interested in hearing about development of DH centers, different configurations, are they structured as part of the library, or separate? How were the needs assessed? Is there an Institutional Repository component? Looking forward to hearing from others.