Komodo IDE/Edit Documentation History Manual General Use Base Editor Digital Humanities Humanities Day 2012: Digital Humanities Forum by UChicago 449 views How is the digital changing the way that humanities scholars look at the past? Defining Open Authority 3 months ago 4 notes birthdays personal reflections mentors growing up Goodbye 20s, hello 30s. And a reminder to hug your mentor …Or high-five your mentor, or send them a thoughtful note. Whichever is appropriate for you. I happen to prefer hugs.
JuxtaposeJS - Knight Lab Projects What it does JuxtaposeJS helps journalists tell stories by comparing two frames, including photos and gifs. It’s an adaptable storytelling tool that is ideal for highlighting then/now stories that explain slow changes over time (growth of a city skyline, regrowth of a forest, etc.) or before/after stories that show the impact of single dramatic events (natural disasters, protests, wars, etc.). By way of example, look at the change Sochi underwent between 2005 and 2013: JuxtaposeJS is free, easy to use, and open source. The Alliance for Networking Visual Culture » Updates Announcing Our Summer Schedule of Scalar Webinars April 17, 2014 The Scalar development team will be offering a series of free online webinars this summer. Our “Introduction to Scalar” webinars will cover basic features of the platform: a review of existing Scalar books and a hands-on introduction to paths, tags, annotations and importing media. Our “Intermediate Scalar” webinars will delve into more advanced topics including the effective use of visualizations, annotating with media and a primer on customizing appearances in Scalar. Our summer schedule will include four dates:
Engaging Museums by Dana Allen-Greil » A fictional artist and The Monster at the End of This Book! This is the second in a series of posts about my experience as a student in the MoMA-led MOOC “Art and Inquiry.” Looking forward to hearing your thoughts! If you are also a student in the course, I encourage you to respond via the Coursera forum. Practice Developing Open-Ended Questions evoText: A new tool for analyzing the biological sciences Open Access Abstract We introduce here evoText, a new tool for automated analysis of the literature in the biological sciences. evoText contains a database of hundreds of thousands of journal articles and an array of analysis tools for generating quantitative data on the nature and history of life science, especially ecology and evolutionary biology. This article describes the features of evoText, presents a variety of examples of the kinds of analyses that evoText can run, and offers a brief tutorial describing how to use it. Keywords Text analysis; Digital humanities; Software; Philosophy of science; Philosophy of biology; History of science; History of biology; Biology
15 FREE Google Drawings graphic organizers — and how to make your own Using Google Drawings to create graphic organizers can help students gather their thoughts and customize to their needs. (Wikipedia / whistlaw) Sometimes, we just need some help organizing our thoughts — students AND educators. Paper versions of graphic organizers can do a nice job of that. But by making them digital in Google Apps, they instantly become customizable. Multiple people can collaborate on them in real time. Association for Computers and the Humanities The annual Digital Humanities conference is an opportunity for the ACH to pursue in-person many of the initiatives that we support more virtually during the year. We hope you’ll be able to join us for some or all of our events at DH2013 in Nebraska! ACH Annual General Meeting, Jobs Slam, and Pedagogy Lightning Talks Sure, there may be some sub-committee reports and even an important vote or two, but you haven’t really experienced an annual general meeting until you’ve been to an ACH Jobs Slam!