From the post: The Bolshoi Theatre Museum has completed a major project to digitise a range of historical documents, with the aim of making the information publicly accessible and searchable via its website. Four thousand volunteers helped scan 8,000 historic posters, 120,000 programmes and 100,000 rare photographs from the 192-year-old Russian theatre’s museum archives, in order…

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From the ad: Manages the Scott Nygren Scholars Studio (Library West 212), maintaining the space and technology. Schedules and holds lab hours in the Studio for 10 hours each week. Collaborates with librarians interested in digital humanities and closely with the Instruction & Outreach Coordinator. Demonstrates understanding and works toward proficiency in core digital humanities…

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From the ad: Probationary tenure-track faculty Assistant Professor or Associate Professor with a specialization in Digital Literacies in the English Department beginning August 27, 2018… The successful candidate will demonstrate evidence of (1) specialization in digital literacies and/or multimodal composition; (2) a record of excellence in teaching writing at the college level; and (3) strong scholarship or scholarly…

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From the CFP: PMLA invites essays that will help assess the past of DH, outline its current state, and point to its future directions among diverse participants, allies, and critics. The special issue welcomes well-informed critical essays that articulate varieties of digital experience with DH as it is commonly understood and as it is practiced…

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From the resource: The use of spatial applications in this context is unsurprising when you consider that location is inherently a strong part of Australia’s First Nations culture. Songlines have been used for thousands of years in Australia to help understand and navigate across the land. In combining song, cosmology and nature, songlines form an…

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About the report: Our vision for the British Library is that research data are as integrated into our collections, research and services as text is today. The British Library’s users will be able to consume research data online through tools that enable it to be analysed, visualised and understood by non-specialists. Research data will be…

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