Monthly Archives: October 2012
Would those working on or developing Omeka projects be interested in collaborating post-THATCamp on a joint wiki or doc? My idea is creating a resource for those interested in Omeka in which we can list our sites, share how we … Continue reading
12 floor West.
It appears that there have been a couple of issues in connecting Apple computers to display from the podiums. There a a few simple steps to follow, which should enable you to display your desktop through the projector: Connect your … Continue reading
The schedule of sessions has been updated and can be found on the schedule page.
I’m interested in gathering a group of people to talk through some implications of disruption theory (developed by Clayton Christensen) on the humanities, and for academic, library, and museum institutions. I proposed a similar session at THATCamp Museum 2012 and … Continue reading
I’m interested in bringing together people who are thinking about different approaches to text mining. I think it would be helpful for people to discuss different workflows–from cleaning texts, creating databases, mining the texts, and visualizing the data. I have … Continue reading
I would like to propose a subject on incorporating more undergraduate students into the process of DH. I would like to propose a session in which we discuss ways of getting digital scholarship skills and methodologies in the the skill … Continue reading
Friday 530PM-715PM Lucy Bruell JITP (Kimon Keramidas, Ben Miller, Amanda Licastro, et al) Ben Miller, Amanda Licastro, Jill Belli Collin Jennings Jane Carr & Cecily Swanson Cathy Moran Hajo Jonathan Reeve Silvia Stoyanova Micki McGee Matt Miller Susan Naomi Bernstein … Continue reading
I would like to discuss visualization tools for qualitative content, such as concept maps and other platforms allowing non-linear navigation, especially tools allowing to play with the visual structure of the content and helping picture how concepts and data are … Continue reading
Session Proposal: Occupy Wall Street Walking Tour: Embodying a Compassionate Pedagogy for the Digital Humanities
I would like to propose a grab bag session that would take us off-site and into the streets of New York City to cultivate compassion in the digital humanities. This session would be offered in the 4:45 time slot at … Continue reading