The DSG offers workshops and training sessions on a wide range of topics at both introductory and advanced levels. Topics covered include TEI, Omeka, the Digital Repository Serivce, copyright and fair use, data curation and creation, GIS, data visualization, and project management. We are also co-sponsoring Digital Humanities Open Office Hours with NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks. If we do not have a workshop scheduled on the topic you need, please contact us to request one; we require at least two weeks’ notice.

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April 2017

DH Open office Hours – Learn to Build Twitter Bots with Dr. Elika Ortega!

April 5 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Digital Scholarship Commons – Media Lounge,

This week, special guest Dr. Elika Ortega will be teaching us how to build twitter bots! Bring a laptop to work on for this session if you'd like to build along with us. Digital Humanities Open Office Hours are held each week in the Digital Scholarship Commons (on the second floor of Snell Library). DH Open Office Hours are opportunities for students, faculty members, and librarians to discuss recent developments in the field of digital humanities and their own research. These…

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DH Open Office Hours with Special Guest Joanne Afornalli

April 12 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Digital Scholarship Commons – Media Lounge,

This week we will be joined by Joanne Afornalli, who will be presenting a poster on her MA thesis, which is about trauma in the inmate community. Her work focuses on the TEI encoding of interviews with former inmates. Digital Humanities Open Office Hours are held each week in the Digital Scholarship Commons (on the second floor of Snell Library). DH Open Office Hours are opportunities for students, faculty members, and librarians to discuss recent developments in the field of digital…

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DH Open Office Hours – Special Guest Dr. Leif Isaksen – “There and Back Again: Texts, Networks and the Origins of Cartography.”

April 19 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Digital Scholarship Commons – Media Lounge,

Dr. Leif Isaksen will be giving a talk titled "There and Back Again: Texts, Networks and the Origins of Cartography." This seminar discusses the relationship between maps, texts and networks in Antiquity - both in the role they played in establishing (or failing to establish) cartographic norms, and the opportunities they avail for understanding a genre which exists almost entirely in fragments. It will look at two case studies: the Geographike Hyphegesis (‘Manual for World-drawing’) of Claudius Ptolemy, and the…

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