Month: April 2013

ARTigo needs taggers!

The ARTigo project, a social image tagging engine in development at the University of Munich, Germany needs taggers. For more information, please see About ARTigo.

The Boolean Logic of the Digital Humanities

Good article/question from Jason Rhody (NEH).  How does one define the terms “digital humanities” or “digital humanist”:

Boston DH Consortium General Meeting April 23

The second general meeting of the Boston Digital Humanities Consortium is Tuesday, April 23, at 1PM at MIT (Building 51, room 275). Representatives of participating institutions (or institutions that want to start participating) are welcome. RSVP to David Wedaman.  Agenda

April 18, 2013: DPLA Meet up in Cambridge

The Digital Public Library of America gala launch has been postponed, but if you are in the Boston area, the DPLA staff will be meeting at the Boathouse in Cambridge (49 Mount Auburn Street) from 4:00 – 6:00 PM. For more details,

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A Conversation with Dr. James Cummings at Yale University

Yale will be hosting a conversation with James Cummings on April 15, 2013 at 11 am in the International Room, Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University. Dr. James Cummings is from Oxford University Computing Services where he manages research support and data solutions projects.

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Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey has been released

From a Digital Humanities perspective, this survey provides an interesting overall view of how researchers, librarians, instructors, students, etc. are adapting and/or implementing their teaching, learning, and publishing practices to new (digital) methodologies and approaches. (contains links to the

Digital Dubliners

Digital Dubliners, a guide to Joyce “for students, by students,” is the work of Joe Nugent’s Boston College students and is open for general review:  

MediaKron Workshop: May 2 In this workshop, participants will learn about MediaKron, Boston College’s emerging web-based application developed to meet faculty members’ need to easily organize digital instructional materials and to create a dynamic interactive learning environment. Through an interactive exploration of the

Ruecker and Radzikowska at BU on April 8

The Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering and the Boston University Center for the Humanities present Interactive Text Visualization for Humanists Stan Ruecker, Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design and Milena Radzikowska, Faculty of

<oXygen/> XML software at Brown U. on 4/19

The Brown Library and the Center for Digital Scholarship are proud to host two presentations by the designers of the popular <oXygen/> XML Editor. Friday April 19 in the Digital Scholarship Lab, Rockefeller Library, Brown University (Providence, RI) 10:30-12:00 Getting the