Digital Humanities – Summer Seminar
May 24, May 25 and May 26 (please register separately for each day)
12:30 PM – 3:30 PM (lunch will be served)
Walsh Library – ITV Room
Whether you are an experienced user of digital tools and techniques, or you’re just beginning to incorporate them into your teaching and scholarship, the DH Summer Seminar will provide an array of tools, tips, and project ideas to stimulate you, as well as an opportunity to try them out. At the end of the seminar, faculty members who attend at least one full day may apply for one of four $500 “seed” grants for a DH project they plan to develop over the summer for use in their teaching and/or scholarship. The project does not have to include a tool demonstrated at the seminar. Applications will be available at the seminar’s conclusion.
Click Here to REGISTER for: Tuesday, May 24: Why DH? / Data Visualization Tools
- DH Press
- Policy Map
Click Here to REGISTER for: Wednesday, May 25: Data Mining and Text Annotation
- What is Data Mining and Text Annotation?
Click Here to REGISTER for: Thursday, May 26: Digital Sandbox / DH Roundtable Discussion
This is an opportunity to play with the various tools and programs demonstrated on Days 1 and 2, with tech support available. You can either use raw data (statistics, texts, etc.) we will provide for you or supply your own. The day will end with a round-table discussion on the seminar and future directions for DH at Seton Hall.
We will start with lunch each day at 12:30; the program will begin at 1:00.
This event is sponsored by the Digital Humanities Committee and the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR). The Digital Humanities initiative is made possible through funding by the Provost’s Office.
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