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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 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
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
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
At the Bard Graduate Center where I run the Digital Media Lab we have been experimenting with a wide array of digital applications for the study of material culture. We have had thesis-level digital-born projects, are working with digital interactives … Continue reading
I would like campers to share and discuss the different software and platforms currently available for mapping and timelines. A quick list, and please add more in the comments, for timelines would be: Simile, Chronos, Verite; for mapping (and timelines … Continue reading
I’d like to discuss building a central textual annotation website, which would allow for open, collaborative literary marginalia on a line-by-line or word-by-word basis. I’d also like to talk about using a similar engine to allow for open, collaborative textual … Continue reading
I am proposing a session for those creating new visualization tools about how programmers can work with humanists to organize content in a way that responds dynamic user interests. I am particularly interested in how to create narratives through the display … Continue reading