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DH Open Office Hours with Dr. Lauren Klein

Written on November 12, 2015 at 1:14 pm, by

Dr. Klein joined us for DH Open Office Hours before her talk in 90 Snell Library. Dr. Klein is assistant professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, and in addition to her interest in digital humanities, also researches American literature and culture, media studies, and food studies. She also now edits the journal  Continue Reading »

DH Open Office Hours Overview: Special Guest Jim McGrath!

Written on October 6, 2015 at 1:16 pm, by

This week at DH Open Office Hours, we had the pleasure of Hosting Jim McGrath, a postdoctoral fellow in Public Digital Humanities at the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage at Brown University. He also was the former DSG Coordinator, and helped lead the Our Marathon project. We talked about different  Continue Reading »

DH Open Office Hours Overview

Written on September 23, 2015 at 2:48 pm, by

Today we had our second DH Open Office Hours session! Our session focused on the tools we use for DH. We talked about how the NULab graduate symposium will be working heavily with text analysis for the semester, and as a result, they’ll be working with R and Python. We also talked about the tools  Continue Reading »

The Week in Digital Scholarship: 3/16-3/20

Written on March 20, 2015 at 5:33 pm, by

Hi! Jim McGrath here. Northeastern’s community of digital scholars has had quite the busy few weeks, so we’d like to highlight some recent events, discussions, and research. -Jen LaBarbera, Northeastern’s National Digital Stewardship Resident (who hosted last week’s fantastic roundtable discussion of digital preservation and digital humanities work), provided an update on her work over  Continue Reading »

Upcoming Workshop: Digital Tools In The Classroom: Omeka

Written on November 13, 2014 at 10:43 am, by

Are you interested in using more digital tools for storytelling in the classroom? Would you like students to create online exhibits and work with historical materials? Omeka is a free, open source content management system that makes it easy for teachers to work with digital collections in the classroom. On Monday, November 17th, Dave DeCamp  Continue Reading »

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