2018

Collections as Data

Thomas Padilla
University of Nevada Las Vegas

Mia Ridge
British Library

A growing amount of interest has been dedicated to an emerging orientation to collections referred to as “collections as data”(ex. 1, ex. 2, ex. 3). Generally speaking, work in [...]

2018

Advocacy by Design

Purdom Lindblad
University of Maryland

Jeremy Boggs
University of Virginia

This course helps participants consider how their own priorities and values shape the research and design of digital work. For us, a digital humanities that practices critical engagement means [...]

2018

Text Analysis

Katie Rawson
Emory University

Scott Enderle
University of Pennsylvania Libraries

This class will examine methods and practices for text analysis. Freely available tools and excellent tutorials have made it easier to apply computational text analysis techniques; however, researchers may [...]

2017

Text Analysis

Katie Rawson
Emory University

While a range of freely available tools and excellent tutorials have made it easier to apply computational text analysis techniques, researchers may still find themselves struggling with questions about [...]

2017

Working with Scalar

Curtis Fletcher
University of Southern California Libraries

This 4-day workshop is intended for scholars, students and others who wish to compose a project or publication in Scalar and seek comprehensive training in the platform and in-depth [...]

2016

Humanities Programming

Brandon Walsh
University of Virginia

Ethan Reed
University of Virginia

This course focuses on introducing participants to humanities programming through the creation and use of the Ruby on Rails web application framework. This course will introduce programming and design [...]

2016

Database Design for Visualization and Analysis

Nicole Coleman
Stanford University

Network graphs, charts, and maps are becoming essential and powerful tools for humanities scholars asking new questions about historical data. Visualization of digitized archives and source materials can reveal [...]

2016

Embodied Computing

Jeremy Boggs
University of Virginia

Tassie Gniady
Indiana University

*Please note this course has been cancelled for 2016* The goal of this class is to introduce students to a number of practices with associated maker culture in the [...]

2016

Analyzing and Presenting Spatial Data

David McClure
Stanford University Libraries

This course will introduce students to a range of techniques for analyzing and presenting spatial data in the humanities. We'll start with a survey of popular GUI-based tools (Neatline, [...]

2016

Text Analysis from Object to Interpretation

Katie Rawson
Emory University

Scott Enderle
University of Pennsylvania Libraries

While a range of freely available tools and excellent tutorials have made it easier to apply computational text analysis techniques, researchers may still find themselves struggling with questions about [...]

2016

Working with Scalar

Curtis Fletcher
University of Southern California Libraries

This 4-day workshop is intended for scholars, students and others who wish to compose a project or publication in Scalar and seek comprehensive training in the platform and in-depth [...]

2015

Large-Scale Text Analysis with R

Mark Algee-Hewitt
Stanford University

Text mining, the practice of using computational and statistical analysis on large collections of digitized text, is becoming an increasingly important way of extracting meaning from writing. Whether working [...]

2015

Humanities Programming

Brandon Walsh
University of Virginia

Wayne Graham
University of Virginia

This course focuses on introducing participants to humanities programming through the creation and use of the Ruby on Rails web application framework. This course will introduce programming and design [...]

2015

Digital Storytelling

Jarom McDonald
Brigham Young University

When YouTube launched to the public in 2005, the now-ubiquitous red play-button logo contained a simple yet powerful tagline, “Broadcast Yourself.” Inherent in such an imperative is a concept [...]

2015

De/Post/Colonial Digital Humanities

Roopika Risam
Salem State University

micha cárdenas
University of Southern California

"...we must discuss, we must invent..." —Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth From Sandra Harding's interventions in postcolonial science studies to Radhika Gajjala's articulation of digital subalternity to [...]

2015

Crowdsourcing Cultural Heritage

Mia Ridge
British Library

Ben Brumfield

Crowdsourcing projects often make news because they can be incredibly productive, generating millions of lines of text, identifying forgotten faces in historical photographs and even finding new planets. Successful [...]

2014

Crowdsourcing Cultural Heritage

Ben Brumfield

Mia Ridge
British Library

Successful crowdsourcing projects help organizations connect with audiences who enjoy engaging with their content and tasks, whether transcribing handwritten documents, correcting OCR errors, identifying animals on the Serengeti or [...]

2014

Born-Digital Forensics

Kam Woods
Bitcurator Project

Porter Olsen
University of Maryland

This course will introduce students to the role of digital forensics in the act of preserving, investigating, and curating born-digital culture artifacts. We will explore the technical underpinning and [...]

2014

Games in the Classroom

Anastasia Salter
University of Baltimore

Games can be a great way to add experiential and playful learning to the humanities classroom by integrating learning objectives with game mechanics. We’ll look at three main ways [...]

2014

Network Analysis and Visualization

Elijah Meeks
Stanford University

This course will cover the principles of network analysis and representation with an emphasis on expressing network structures and measures using information visualization. The tool we’ll be using will [...]

2014

Humanities Programming

Wayne Graham
University of Virginia

Brandon Walsh
University of Virginia

This course focuses on introducing participants to humanities programming through the creation and use of the Ruby on Rails web application framework. This course will introduce programming and design [...]

2014

Large-Scale Text Analysis with R

Mark Algee-Hewitt
Stanford University

Text mining, the practice of using computational and statistical analysis on large collections of digitized text, is becoming an increasingly important way of extracting meaning from writing. This technique [...]

2014

Project Development

Simon Appleford
Creighton University

Jennifer Guiliano
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

This course will explore the fundamentals of project planning and design including, but not limited to: formulating appropriate disciplinary questions for digital humanities research, investigating digital humanities tools and [...]

2013

Digital Editions

Dean Irvine
Dalhousie University

This course is designed for individuals and groups who are interested in creating scholarly digital editions. Topics covered will include an overview of planning and project management, workflow and [...]

2013

Publishing and Using Linked Open Data

Richard Urban
Florida State University

The publication of structured knowledge representations and open data on the Web opens new possibilities for collaboration among humanities researchers and cultural heritage organizations. This course will introduce participants [...]

2013

Large-Scale Text Analysis with R

Matt Jockers
Stanford University

Text collections such as the Google Books have provided scholars in many fields with convenient access to their materials in digital form, but text analysis at the scale of millions or [...]

2013

Teaching through Multimedia

Cheryl Ball
Illinois State University

Virginia Kuhn
University of Southern California

Teaching through Multimedia will explore innovative strategies for increasing engagement in the undergraduate and graduate classroom with sound, images, and interactivity. This course explores the interrelationships among technology, culture [...]

2013

Exploring Image Analyses

Michael Meredith
University of Sheffield, UK

Exploring Image Analysis will engage participants in image analysis techniques for use within their digital research agendas. Participants will be introduced to fundamental concepts in image identification, manipulation, and [...]

2013

Data Curation for Digital Humanists

Trevor Muñoz
University of Maryland

Dorothea Salo
University of Wisconsin

Carrying out computational research with digital materials requires that humanists understand how to manage and curate data over its entire lifetime of interest—not only for their own project but [...]

2013

Project Development

Jennifer Guiliano
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

The Project Development course will explore the fundamentals of project design including, but not limited to: formulating appropriate disciplinary questions for digital humanities research, investigating digital humanities tools and [...]

2013

Humanities Programming

Wayne Graham
University of Virginia

Humanities Programming will engage participants in the iterative process of becoming proficient creators of digital scholarship. Participants will gain exposure to the algorithms, data structures and design elements relevant [...]