Save the Date: Digital Humanities Summer Seminar 2017

Save the Date: Digital Humanities Summer Seminar 2017

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...
Digital Humanities – Summer Seminar

Digital Humanities – Summer Seminar

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...

DH@SHU Forums – DH FAQ Support

Based on the interest at the Programming with ‘R’ breakfast the Digital Humanities Committee and the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable (TLTR) are excited to announce a new collaborative tool for use with DH projects.  The DH@SHU Forums will...
Programming with ‘R’ over Breakfast

Programming with ‘R’ over Breakfast

Join the Digital Humanities Committee to learn more about the R programming language with colleagues from many departments.  This will be a working breakfast for faculty that use or are interested in using R (a programming language and software environment for...

Breakdown of what tools/technologies are needed for a DH project

DH blogger Miriam Posner address the most common question to getting started with a DH Project – what tools or technologies do I need to know or learn?  In her post she presents 7 common Digital Humanities project types: a gallery of primary sources a digital...