Along with our colleagues at Northwestern University Library’s Digital Collections and NUIT’s Academic & Research Technologies , the Center has been collaborating with Michael Kramer , lecturer in History & American Studies, on a digital history course, “Digital Folk Music History,” an undergraduate History course dedicated to studying the Berkeley Folk Music Festival through digital means, using WordPress and a variety of digital research tools. Today, Dr. Kramer will be presenting on this class as part of the wonderful Scholarly Resources & Technology Series , whose mailing list we highly recommend signing up for.
What have we learned from creating this collective work of scholarship on the web? To what extent are new technologies transforming the work of historians, and the ways in which we interpret the past and communicate our ideas with others?
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U tiliser les moyens informatisés : quelques conseils pour une exploitation efficace
Sources en histoire
Making Sense of Evidence This section helps students and teachers make effective use of primary sources.
Move over, computer science nerds. Academic researchers in history and literature are increasingly adopting the techniques of the hard sciences to glean new insights into their research.
The criticism most frequently leveled at digital humanities is what I like to call the “Where’s the beef?”
Facebook Delicious Google Bookmarks MySpace Messenger Yesterday I blogged about how flustered and frustrated I was at MLA this year to have three separate people from three major universities where hiring was being done aggressively complain about the quality of some Digital Humanities job candidates, not on paper but in their self-presentation at interviews. In one case, I'm sure there was some prejudice against the field.
tep back in time and open the pages of the inaugural issue of Wired magazine from the spring of 1993, and prophecies of an optimistic digital future call out to you. Management consultant Lewis J.