As part of the Historical Teaching and Practice program, I [Kalani Craig] presented three easily adaptable digital-history lesson plans that work nicely in single 75-minute sessions. These handouts provide the basic structure of the lesson plans without the images produced by students in previous iterations of those activities. Access resource here.

From the ad: The School of Visual Arts and Design, College of Arts and Humanities, University of Central Florida seeks two assistant professors for research and teaching in digital media. These are nine-month, tenure-earning positions, the duties of which include teaching, research, and service. The anticipated start date is August 2016, pending the availability of…

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From their earliest incarnations in the seventeenth-century, through their Georgian expansion into provincial and colonial markets and culminating in their late-Victorian transformation into New Journalism, British newspapers have relied upon scissors-and-paste journalism to meet consumer demands for the latest political intelligence and diverting content. However, mass digitisation of these periodicals, in both photographic and machine-readable form,…

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Recent advances in vector-space representations of vocabularies have created an extremely interesting set of opportunities for digital humanists. These models, known collectively as word embedding models, may hold nearly as many possibilities for digital humanitists modeling texts as do topic models. Yet although they’re gaining some headway, they remain far less used than other methods…

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