An updated the sample output from Collatex.
collatex-table-apparatus.html shows output from user-specified witnesses in the form of (1) an alignment table based on user-specified order, (2) an extracted text of a base text (taking the first specified witness is the base text), (3) generating an apparatus.
Representing the Digital Repository « Issues in Digital History.
There were many insights to be had at HASTAC 2011, but I most enjoyed participating in a panel of lightning talks that all explored issues involved in the creation of a digital repository. At Session D3, the presentations raised many promising possibilities and challenging questions about the nature of the digital archive.
The NMC Horizon Report: 2011 Museum Edition, is a coproduction with the Marcus Institute for Digital Education in the Arts (MIDEA), and examines emerging technologies for their potential impact on and use in education and interpretation within the museum environment.
Audio from the ARL-CNI Fall Forum
The New School hosted a conference on the Future of Higher Education last week. It was led by the Center for Public Scholarship, and started on Thursday, December 8, 2011.
I blogged all sessions, each with its own post or two:
- What ought universities look like in 20 to 30 years? (part 1, part 2)
- Restructuring research universities: reinventing the research university to serve a changing world.
- How are electronic technologies changing how faculty teach and students learn plusthe financial future of research universities
- Roadmapping university development in a global context.: India, China, South Africa;Europe, Latin America, the Middle East.
The first workshop for Digital Humanities Software Developers took place at the University of Cologne from the 28th to the 29th of November. The main aim of the workshop was to bring together the DH developers, discuss ideas, and work collaborative in projects. Around 40 participants attended to the workshop, with a large majority of developers and some researchers.
The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) has published Digital Humanities, SPEC Kit 326, which provides a snapshot of research library experiences with digital scholarship centers or services that support the humanities (e.g., history, art, music, film, literature, philosophy, religion, etc.) and the benefits and challenges of hosting them. The survey asked ARL libraries about the organization of these services, how they are staffed and funded, what services they offer and to whom, what technical infrastructure is provided, whether the library manages or archives the digital resources produced, and how services are assessed, among other questions.
HASTAC2011 Conference Blog Round-Up | HASTAC.
This is a collection of blogs from the HASTAC 2011 Conference on December 1-3, in Ann Arbor, MI. Please leave any additions in the comments, and I’ll edit this post to include them.
By Geoffrey Rockwell
These are my notes on a symposium organized by Tokyo University on “The Establishment of a Knowledge Infrastructure for the Next Generation and the Mission of Digital Humanities.” This was organized by Masahiro Shimoda.
via philosophi.ca : Tokyo DH Symposium 2011.