Event on campus Speaker Series

DH workshop on DH Studio: Scholarly Text Encoding


Please join us for the next Digital Humanities workshop on Thursday, February 19, 12:15-1:15 pm in the IQ Center.  Mackenzie Brooks, Jeff Barry, and Steve McCormick will speak about the pilot DH studio course Scholarly Text Encoding and its co-requisite course French 341.  This session will provide an overview of the DH Studio concept, describe the structure of the Scholarly Text Encoding course, and explain how it integrates with the advanced French course and a grant project. To register go to

Event on campus Speaker Series

Digital Humanities Sessions at Fall Academy 2014

We are excited to announce there will be several sessions related to Digital Humanities during the upcoming Fall Academy:

Day of DH 2014, Wednesday Sept 3:

  • Reports from the Front: A Discussion with the 2014 Digital Humanities Incentive Grant Awardees Wednesday, Sept 03, 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM, Hillel 101 (Breakfast session)
  • Visualization Techniques: Mapplication & Timeline Wednesday, Sept 03, 11 – 11:55 AM, Hillel 101
  • W&L and UVa Digital Humanities Partnership Wednesday, Sept 03, 12 – 1:30 PM, Hillel 101
  • Diving into Text with Voyant Tools and More Wednesday, Sept 03, 2 – 2:55 PM, Hillel 101
  • Image Map: A New DH Tool for W&L Wednesday, Sept 03, 3 – 4 PM, Hillel 101

Additional Sessions:

  • Concept Mapping in the Classroom: Pedagogy and Tools  Monday August 25, 9-10am, Science Addition 202A
  • Intro to Digital Storytelling  Wednesday August 27, 10:30-11:30, Leyburn Library M47
  • The LION in the Classroom Monday, Sept 01, 1:30 – 2:30 PM, Leyburn Library M47

Faculty and staff should see for further information.