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Listening Across Time: The Virtual Haydn

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Posted in Audio / Visual, Knowledge Environments, Networks & Publics, Past Projects, Projects, Spaces & GIS

When musicologist and concert pianist Dr. Tom Beghin approached renowned producer Martha de Francisco about recording the complete solo keyboard works of the 18th-century composer Joseph Haydn, he had originally intended to play each piece from the repertoire on a

Databases for Digital Humanists – Workshop Highlights

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Databases are integral to many digital humanities projects. Designing an effective database requires familiarity with the functions and various scripting options for each component of the architecture – but this, of course, is only half of the battle. Functions, scripts,

Navigating the Digital Humanities: An Evening with the Experts

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Posted in Events, Methods Research, Past Projects, People, Projects, Research, Talks

Presented on 8 November 2012 by the  ABQLA (Association des bibliothécaires du Québec/Québec Library Association) College and Research Libraries division and the Digital Humanities at McGill, the “evening with the experts” was held at McGill’s Islamic Studies library and featured