How do historians model events? What kinds of digital models are able to handle complex historiographical methods? This talk will outline the basics of a new digital history platform, Nano-History.org, which allows anyone to document interactions between people, organizations, places,…
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Work in Progress continues with Jason Harley (LEADS – Education / UdeM HERON Lab) “Augmented reality with mobile technologies: Can it lead to learning and engagement with historical settings?”
Hsiang Jieh Dean, College of Science and Technology (National Chi-Nan University) Distinguished Professor in Computer Science; Director, Research Center for Digital Humanities (National Taiwan University) Hosted by the Department of East Asian Studies Download Poster
Matthew Milner will discuss an historical timeline application in a large history survey course this fall that crowdsources events, and teaches about historical methodology. All are welcome
Elena Razlagova (Concordia) will speak in the Department of History’s Speaker Series.