February 17: Mining Text for Digital Projects
March 17: Using Timeline.js
April 21: Open Discussion on Digital Humanities and Scholarship
The November 18th session discussed using Omeka to integrate digital projects into courses or personal research. Omeka is a free web-publishing tool that faculty, students and staff can use to build online collections and exhibits. This is the first session in a Digital Humanities and Social Sciences Virtual Lunch and Learn series.
Presenters: Jennifer Daugherty, Alston Cobourn, & Jeanne Hoover
This March 17th session is an introduction to Timeline.JS from the Knight Lab. Timeline.JS can be used to create interactive timelines for research or class projects.
Presenter: Patrick Cash, Academic Library Services
This February 17th session provides an introduction to mining text for research or class projects.
Presenters: Jennifer Daugherty and Jamie Brinkley, Academic Library Services
This April 21st session provides information on project management as it relates to digital projects.
Presenters: Donna Kain, Department of English and Kelly Spring, Academic Library Services