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Digital Pedagogy Lightning Round April 29 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm | FITC, McHenry Library, Room 1350 Co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Commons, Learning Technologies, and FITC Faculty from across the university will offer lightning talks about new assignments and classroom strategies that integrate technologies into their pedagogy. Join the Digital Pedagogy group for… Continue Reading 4/29/15 // Digital Pedagogy Lightning Round
Twitter 101: a Hands-on Workshop (#ucsctweets) with Melissa De Witte April 23 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm | Graduate Student Commons | Free It’s impossible to ignore the word (and world of) Twitter. “Hashtag this” and “140-character that” is everywhere you go. You’ve probably seen people Live Tweeting at academic conferences and heard about a… Continue Reading 4/23/15 // Twitter 101
The Devil is in the Detective Work: Researching and Reconstructing Cultural Heritage Sites with Special Emphasis on The World’s Columbian Exposition of 1893 Lisa Snyder April 6 @ 12:15 pm – 2:00 pm // Humanities 1, Room 210 One might argue that the creation of a computer reconstruction of a cultural heritage site requires a curious… Continue Reading 4/6/15 // Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage: Lisa Snyder
Open Virtual Heritage Applications: From Research Tools to Emotional and Participatory Virtual Spaces Antonella Guidazzoli March 4 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm // Humanities 1, Room 210 Antonella Guidazzoli, CINECA Supercomputer Center, Bologna Italy, leads research services for the 3D Virtual Information Research Lab at Italy’s supercomputer center in Bologna, CINECA, a non-profit consortium comprising… Continue Reading 3/4/15 // Digital Humanities & Cultural Heritage: Antonella Guidazzoli
DH Reading Group: Debates in Digital Humanities March 11 @ 5:15 pm – 7:00 pm // Cowell Senior Commons Room The Digital Humanities Working Group will meet to discuss a shared reading. This quarter we will consider the field of Digital Humanities broadly and the challenges to the idea of a Digital Humanities field. To spark… Continue Reading 3/11/15 // Reading Group
Digital Happy Hour: Visualization February 17 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm // Cowell Senior Commons Room Join the Digital Humanities Research Cluster for an informal cocktail hour. This quarter’s happy hour will focus on Visualization for Humanities research and showcase a number of different visualizations based on the buzzword definitions generated from last quarter’s happy… Continue Reading 2/17/15 // Digital Happy Hour: Visualization
Digital Tools in the Classroom February 11 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm // Cowell Senior Commons Room Join the DH Working Group to begin an ongoing conversation about teaching in the digital age. What kinds of digital tools have you used in the classroom? What worked and what didn’t? How do new technologies change learning… Continue Reading 2/11/15 // Digital Pedagogy Discussion
Brown Bag Lunch: Building a Better Online Identity January 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm // Graduate Student Commons Learn how to perfect your online identity and social media presence as an academic. Melissa De Witte (Web Coordinator, Social Sciences) will lead a discussion about how to build your network, develop meaningful connections, and how you… Continue Reading 1/29/15 // Brown Bag Lunch
Works in Progress Alan Christy presents The Gail Project January 14 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm // Cowell Senior Commons Room Alan Christy (History) will share his work on The Gail Project. Join us to discuss the challenges of organizing, and sharing digital materials and the possibilities of memory collection online. The Digital Humanities Working… Continue Reading 1/14/15 // Alan Christy: Works in Progress
Digital Happy Hour: Why Digital Humanities? December 4, 2014 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm // Cowell Senior Commons Room Join the Digital Humanities Research Cluster for an informal cocktail hour. The first of a series of casual get togethers will start with the question, “Why the Digital Humanities?” Meet other scholars doing digital work and… Continue Reading 12/4/14 // Why Digital Humanities?