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March 2015

Work in Progress – Renee Sieber – Geography for DH without a Map

March 12 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
DH Seminar Room,
688 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, QUEBEC H3A3R1 Canada
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Renee Sieber

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Digital Scholarship Workshop – Data Visualization for Humanities Research

March 17 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Unnamed Venue,
Montreal, Quebec Canada
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In an age of data-driven research, the old adage that an image is worth a thousand words takes on new importance. Data visualizations now pepper periodicals and websites; data journalists have become data artists. More importantly, perhaps, is how visualizations are impacting the creation of digital tools – visualizations more often than not are interfaces, ways to move through complex data, allowing scholars and the public alike to navigate and explore information in new ways that sometimes defy easy summation…

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Work in Progress – Derek Ruths – Mining and Analyzing Character Interactions

March 25 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
DH Seminar Room,
688 Sherbrooke St. West, Montreal, QUEBEC H3A3R1 Canada
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Derek Ruths

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April 2015

Digital Scholarship Workshop – Assessing Humanities Digital Research / Digital Scholarship – I

April 28 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Unnamed Venue,
Montreal, Quebec Canada
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In a world of where Humanities scholars are urged to put their work into new digital forms, ensuring that these new modes of scholarly output are properly assessed is critical. How do we assess the scholarly value of visualizations? Of blogs and websites? While scholarly critical apparata are well established for print-based scholarship, the conventions of digital assessment are new and raw. Professional societies like the American Historical Association and Modern Language Association have produced blueprints for assessing humanities digital…

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Digital Scholarship Workshop – Assessing Humanities Digital Research / Digital Scholarship – II

April 30 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Unnamed Venue,
Montreal, Quebec Canada
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In a world of where Humanities scholars are urged to put their work into new digital forms, ensuring that these new modes of scholarly output are properly assessed is critical. How do we assess the scholarly value of visualizations? Of blogs and websites? While scholarly critical apparata are well established for print-based scholarship, the conventions of digital assessment are new and raw. Professional societies like the American Historical Association and Modern Language Association have produced blueprints for assessing humanities digital…

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