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Panel on Open Scholarship: Jon Saklofske: “NewRadial: Prototyping Networked Open Social Scholarship” and Tilar J. Mazzeo: “Using Romantic Circles Editions in the Classroom and Beyond”

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In association with DH@McGill, the CRIHN invites you to two talks on the idea of open scholarship: Jon Saklofske: “NewRadial: Prototyping Networked Open Social Scholarship” Tilar J. Mazzeo: “Using Romantic Circles Editions in the Classroom and Beyond” Bio: Jon Saklofske

Digital Scholarship Workshop – GIS and Spatial Data for Humanities Research

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How can Humanities Researchers use geographic information and spatial data in their work? This is the spatial turn with a twist – using GIS Data to contextualize traditional Humanities scholarly interest has become increasingly important over the past decade. Can

Visualization Workshop for Humanities Scholars II: Doing Humanities in a World of Data

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Part II of two day workshop. The Library, in conjunction with McGill Digital Humanities, will host a two-session workshop on how to organize and visualize humanistic data. In this two-part workshop, we’ll first look at the philosophy behind open data

Visualization Workshop for Humanities Scholars I: Doing Humanities in a World of Data

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The Library, in conjunction with McGill Digital Humanities, will host a two-session workshop on how to organize and visualize humanistic data. In this two-part workshop, we’ll first look at the philosophy behind open data and where to find it. Then