Mark your calendars, the 2017 Digital Humanities Summer Seminar will be held on May 23rd, 24th, and 25th. Topics for this year’s seminar include: Cengage Gale’s new DH Sandbox Using Raspberry Pi in DH Hypothes.is annotation tool Interactive Fiction Text-mining…
Here’s a PDF of workshop slides and bullet points. Links to resources are towards the end.
TLTC Reading Day Sessions Wrap up the 2014_Fall semester and get a jump start on the 2015_Spring semester with the TLTC Reading Day Sessions on Tuesday December 9th! Road Closures impeding your ability to hold office hours? Conduct virtual office hours via Blackboard Collaborate (web conferencing)! Class cancelled due to a delayed opening? Stay on… Continue Reading »
Grant Writing for Digital Humanities Facilitated by Dr. Matthew Gold, Associate Professor of English and Digital Humanities at CUNY, this workshop will engage participants in strategies for locating and writing grants to support digital humanities initiatives. Digital Humanities has been defined as a “field of study, research, teaching, and invention concerned with the intersection of… Continue Reading »
9:30 am – 2:30 pm ITV Classroom Introduction to Personal Lecture Capture This session will provide faculty members with an overview of the Echo360 Personal Capture System at Seton Hall University. Discussion will include how faculty can request an Echo360 Personal Capture account, downloading, installing, and configuring the Echo360 Personal Capture software. Best practices will… Continue Reading »