Spring 2015

A Second Look

Past events for the semester are moved to the bottom of the list.



Blackboard as a Digital Pedagogical Tool

A Co-Presented Digital Humanities Event

Katie Skapin, Lee Zickel

Date:01-08-2015
Time:9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location:Clark Hall Room 206 -
Registration:Free and open to the public, registration recommended

This essential workshop will explore tactics to effectively use Blackboard for teaching. In addition to offering participants a broad overview of the platform's capacities, this workshop will provide hands on training in its use.

This is a two day workshop; participants should plan to attend both days. The second part will be held on January 9th.

Participants should bring their laptop.

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Introduction to Text Encoding with TEI

A Baker-Nord Digital Humanities Event

Julia Flanders, Syd Bauman

Date:03-04-2015
Time:10:00 am
Location:Tinkham Veale University Center - 11038 Bellflower Road, Cleveland, OH 44106
Registration:registration required, SEATING LIMITED

This three-day workshop is designed for individuals who are contemplating embarking on a text-encoding project, or for those who would like to better understand the philosophy, theory, and practicalities of encoding in XML (Extensible Markup Language) using the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines. No prior experience with XML is assumed, but the course will move quickly through the basics.

The Workshop ...

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The Long Now of Digital Humanities

A Baker-Nord Digital Humanities Event

Julia Flanders

Date:03-05-2015
Time:4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
Location:Clark Hall Room 206 - 11130 Bellflower Rd., Cleveland OH 44106
Registration:Free and open to the public, registration recommended

Digital Humanities has been called "the culture of the perpetual prototype." The fast pace of technological change makes it challenging to plan for the long-term future of digital projects, and yet a flourishing culture of digital scholarship demands that we balance the need for innovation against the need for stability and longevity. This presentation will consider the Women Writers Project ...

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Reading Interfaces: Inquiries at the Intersection of Literature and Technology

A Co-Presented Digital Humanities Event

Kristine Kelly

Date:04-08-2015
Time:4:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Location:Kelvin Smith Library, First Floor - 11055 Euclid Ave., Cleveland OH 44106
Registration:Free and open to the public, registration recommended

Electronic literature presents and generates literary performances that display, question, and critique ways of reading and modes of literary production in the digital age. This exhibition of electronic literature will display and discuss works of electronic and print literature and bring to attention the technologies central to their production. The accompanying colloquium will include public presentations on the history of ...

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Reading Interfaces: Inquiries at the Intersection of Literature and Technology

A Co-Presented Digital Humanities Event

Allison Schifani

Date:04-09-2015
Time:10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location:Kelvin Smith Library, First Floor - 11055 Euclid Ave., Cleveland OH 44106
Registration:Free and open to the public, registration recommended

Electronic literature presents and generates literary performances that display, question, and critique ways of reading and modes of literary production in the digital age. This exhibition of electronic literature will display and discuss works of electronic and print literature and bring to attention the technologies central to their production. The accompanying colloquium will include public presentations on the history of ...

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Reading Interfaces: Inquiries at the Intersection of Literature and Technology

A Co-Presented Digital Humanities Event

Kristine Kelly

Date:04-10-2015
Time:10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Location:Kelvin Smith Library, First Floor - 11055 Euclid Ave., Cleveland OH 44106
Registration:Free and open to the public, registration recommended

Electronic literature presents and generates literary performances that display, question, and critique ways of reading and modes of literary production in the digital age. This exhibition of electronic literature will display and discuss works of electronic and print literature and bring to attention the technologies central to their production. The accompanying colloquium will include public presentations on the history of ...

To see more, click HERE






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