Debates in the Digital Humanities. The book, in fact, went through three distinct stages of peer review, each of which required separate revisions: the first and most innovative process was a semipublic peer-to-peer review, in which contributors commented on one another’s work.
Essays then went through an editor’s review, which was followed finally by a traditional blind review administered by the press. DH Syllabi - CUNY Academic Commons. From CUNY Academic Commons DH Programs The following institutions have DH MA programs.
(For more details, see Miriam Posner's list). King’s College London Loyola University Chicago University of Alberta University College London University College Cork Tanya Clement has collected a list of Digital Humanities Inflected Undergraduate Programs as of 2009 with additions in the comments. The Zotero group "Digital Humanities Education," launched by Lisa Spiro, is collaboratively building a library that "includes syllabi and curriculum planning documents, as well as articles about open education, networked pedagogies, and more. " LIB607: Issues in Digital Scholarship. LIB 607: Issues in Digital Scholarship Winter 2013Instructor: John RussellTime: Mondays, 9-11:50 amLocation: Knight Library, LIB 122 (Collaboration Center)
Journal of Digital Humanities. Debates in the Digital Humanities. We're delighted to announce version 1.1 of the DHDebates platform, which includes a number of new features: Account creation and basic profile editing Commenting on sentences for anonymous and logged in users Display of comment counts per paragraph for the text JSON APIs for read-only access to the database These features provide a number of ways for readers of the text to interact with the book.
We're especially excited about the comment system, which allows for wide-ranging dialogue in response to the texts included in the book, and we're very excited to debut a set of APIs, which we hope DHers will use to examine reader interactions with the texts in the volume. Please stay tuned for continued development of the platform. We're also looking forward to debuting a set of new texts and a call for new new submissions, both coming in August 2013. As always, we look forward to your responses and to your feedback on these new features.
Journal of Interactive Humanities. The RIT Libraries are part of the scholarly enterprise at Rochester Institute of Technology that supports open and free access to information. The open access, peer-reviewed journals are published by the RIT Libraries as an academic publishing alternative and as another venue to showcase RIT scholarship. For more information regarding an RIT Libraries’ open access published journal, please contact Nick Paulus, email@example.com or 585.475.7934. If you are interested in publishing print journals in addition to online open access journals, please contact Amelia Hugill-Fontanel, Production Editor, RIT Cary Graphic Arts Press, firstname.lastname@example.org or 585.475.6766. From Russia with Love From Russia with Love is a multifaceted Symposium that aims to support RIT Strategic Plan which underscores the importance of creating “enhanced opportunities for cross-cultural understanding and global awareness.” Please scroll down beyond the Cover Image to see the links to the Program and Symposium abstracts.
Multi. Mining of Massive Datasets. The book has a new Web site www.mmds.org.
This page will no longer be maintained. Your browser should be automatically redirected to the new site in 10 seconds. The book has now been published by Cambridge University Press. The publisher is offering a 20% discount to anyone who buys the hardcopy Here. By agreement with the publisher, you can still download it free from this page. --- Jure Leskovec, Anand Rajaraman (@anand_raj), and Jeff Ullman Download Version 2.1 The following is the second edition of the book, which we expect to be published soon. There is a revised Chapter 2 that treats map-reduce programming in a manner closer to how it is used in practice, rather than how it was described in the original paper. Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities. JIH 2013 : The Journal of Interactive Humanities. Digital Arts and Humanities Bibliography. Amazon. Amazon. Amazon. Summer 2011.
Communicating Digital Humanities Across and Beyond the Disciplines.
Where material book culture meets digital humanities » Wynken de Worde. Below is the text from a talk I gave at the Geographies of Desire conference, held at the University of Maryland on April 27-28.
Almost everything that I said there is something that I’ve said here before, so faithful readers won’t find much that’s new. But I promised I’d stick it up here, so here it is! If you’re simply looking for the set of links to the resources I mentioned, you can find those on Pinboard. I haven’t included all of my slides here, but you can find those here.
I haven’t included all my ad-libbing either, but you would have had to have been there for that. “Where material book culture meets digital humanities” Discussions about early modern books and digital tools have tended to focus on one of two responses. There are limitations, of course. You can see one column of text on each page, along with a whole bunch of other junk. There’s still ink bleeding through from the other sides of these leaves, but it’s a bit easier to sort out what’s what. eResearch and Digital Humanities: a broader vision? Digital Heat: Vast underground machines run by downtrodden humanists power 'Metropolis.
Digital Humanities Now. The Cologne Dialogue on Digital Humanities 2012.