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Changing my form of communication reminds me of my audience. The challenges of communicating through the digital highlight the corresponding issues faced by readers of this non-traditionally presented content. My master’s thesis involved a user study evaluating the use of well-established digital humanities archives by a wider audience, a group I still refer to as [...]
Five Tips for Getting Started on a Digital Humanities Dissertation | Literature Geek. As you might have noticed from this blog and my tweets, I’m in the opening act of what promises to be an exciting and non-traditional doctoral literature dissertation. I’ll be blogging the actual content of the dissertation in the months to come, but [...]
Last week, I finished up a small project funded by a 2012 ACH Microgrant: visualizing the flow of DH knowledge as captured by citation networks and other measures from Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ). You can view some of the products of the project here, read more about the initial proposal here, or read about how to make DH visualizations in Part Two [...]
Team MARKUP evolved as a group project in Neil Fraistat’s Technoromanticism graduate seminar (English 738T) during the Spring 2012 term at the University of Maryland; our team was augmented by several students inthe sister course taught by Andrew Stauffer at the University of Virginia. The project involved using git and GitHub to manage a collaborative encoding project, practicing [...]