Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Jeremy Dibbell The Libraries of Early America Project: Bringing Historical Libraries to Life with LibraryThing On December 4, 2012, Jeremy Dibbell, Rare Books and Social Media Librarian for LibraryThing, discussed the Libraries of Early America Project. Summary: The Libraries of Early America project is an effort to digitize and make widely…. More.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Dr. Mills Kelly Pedagogy of Disruption: What Happens When You Teach Students to Lie? On October 25, 2012, Dr. Mills Kelly, Director of the Global Affairs Program in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason University, spoke on how student learning might be transformed if traditional modes of…. More.
Scholarly Communication Brown Bag Series Speaker: Dr. Brian Nosek Scientific Utopia: A Radical View On November 29, 2012, Dr. Brian Nosek, Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Virginia, spoke at the Library’s scholarly communication brown bag lunch on the changing landscape and future of scholarly communication in the sciences. Summary:…. More.
Digital Humanities Speaker Series: Dr. W. Gardner Campbell HD.EDU: Learning in a Digital Age On October 23, 2012, Dr. W. Gardner Campbell, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Professional Development and Innovative Initiatives at Virginia Tech spoke on the future of learning and the changes wrought by technology in academica. The Digital Humanities…. More.
Speaker Series: Dr. Guoping Huang Geographic Information System (GIS) & the Humanities On September 25, 2012, Dr. Guoping Huang, Assistant Professor, Department of Urban and Environmental Planning at UVa spoke in the Scholars’ Lab on GIS and the Humanities, discussing several digital humanities projects, including the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations (DARMC) project,…. More.
Graduate Fellows Forum Introducing the 2012 – 2013 Graduate Fellows & Praxis Fellows On September 5, 2012, the Scholars’ Lab kicked off the Fall semester with a Graduate Fellows Forum welcoming our new Graduate Fellows and Praxis Fellows and getting an update on the work developing Prism done by our 2011-2012 Praxis cohort. Praxis Fellows:…. More.
Edward Triplett Military-Religious Orders on the Border with Islam: Mapping the Architectural Progression of the Iberian Reconquest On May 16, 2012, Scholars’ Lab Fellow Edward Triplett spoke about his work with the Scholars’ Lab during his fellowship in a talk entitled Military-Religious Orders on the Border with Islam: Mapping the Architectural Progression of the Iberian…. More.
Randi Lewis Mapping the Merchant World: Early American Commerce in Salem, Massachusetts, 1763-1819 On April 26, 2012, Scholars’ Lab Fellow Randi Lewis spoke about her work with the Scholars’ Lab during her fellowship in a talk entitled Mapping the Merchant World: Early American Commerce in Salem, Massachusetts, 1763-1819. Dr. Max Edelson, Associate Professor, Corcoran Department…. More.
Gabriel Hankins The Map of an Argument: the Spatial Humanities, Modernism, and the League Moment, 1914-1921 On April 11, 2012, Scholars’ Lab Fellow Gabriel Hankins spoke about his work with the Scholars’ Lab during his fellowship in a talk entitled The Map of an Argument: the Spatial Humanities, Modernism, and the League Moment, 1914-1921. Dr.…. More.
David McClure & Eric Rochester THATCampVA 2012 Neatline workshop On April 20, 2012, Scholars’ Lab developers David McClure and Eric Rochester gave a talk for interested attendees of THATCAmpVA 2012 introducing Neatline + Omeka and updating us on the latest developments in the project. Enjoy! As always, you can listen to (or subscribe to) our podcasts…. More.
- Digital Humanities
- Experimental Humanities
- Geospatial and Temporal
- Grad Student Research
- Research and Development
- Visualization and Data Mining
- Neatline Time 1.1.3 Release
- Graduate Fellows Forum: Lydia Rodríguez
- Testing asynchronous background processes in Omeka
- Neatline 1.1.3 Maintenance Release
- Interactive CSS in Neatline 2.0
- Arduino Rainbow Hack
- Announcing Neatline 2.0-alpha1!
- Prism, for Play
- Drum Roll Please…..
- Graduate Fellows Forum: David Flaherty